Super Dorothy
Super Dorothy
Super Dorothy
Super Dorothy

Super Dorothy®

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NEW TO RAMBLERS? TRY ME! The introduction of Super Dorothy was a great breakthrough in Climbing and Rambling Roses many years ago as she is a continuous blooming  bush pushing out beautiful blossoms from spring through fall. Clusters of beautiful, small, double, powder-puff pink blooms produced in clouds blanket this Rambler making it difficult to see its foliage. Much more disease resistant than the older Rambler, 'Dorothy Perkins'.

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Rose Type Rambling Rose
SKU RR149 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Dorothy Superior, Super Dorothy Perkins, Superb Dorothy
Bloom Types Clustered, Double
Breeder Code HELdoro
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1986
Approximate Size 11'+ x 8'

Super Dorothy®

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Lisa Obeid
Loving Super Dorthey

Super Dorthey is a beautiful climbing rose. With small pink cluster blooms. This climber has surprised me with its vigorous growth and perfuse blooms. I have had this climber for less than a year and just set it out in the landscape 8 weeks ago and it is already quarter up the trellis. It is spectacular to see.

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Cathrin Callas
Super rose - loads of flowers, excellent disease resistance

This rose can stand up to serious neglect. I had bought it from the local garden club in a 3-gallon pot, tossed it into a shady corner and left it for a few years. It grew and bloomed. The pot fell over, it continued to grow and bloom. I finally planted it, and it has been an outstanding performer ever since (about a decade). I was just looking to prune it, and I realized that the reason it sends out long, thin-ish canes is that it wants to ramble! Fortunately, it's next to a fence so I can easily set up some support for it. All of my other roses get serious rust issues in the summer, but not this one. It has been virtually disease free with no spraying or special treatment. It has occasionally been hit by whiteflies, but they don't seem to slow it down. And of course, the blooms are exquisite and plentiful over a long period, despite being in part shade.

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Dwayne A.
Super Dorothy characteristics

I've had this rose in my garden against a fence and it grows faster than anything I've ever seen. I have to redirect it and prune it every few weeks. It has a huge number of buds and made an astonishing display but that was it. Not a single bud after the first flush. It has rambled at least ten feet and crowds the other nearby plants if I don't keep it trimmed. Next year, if it only blooms once, I will move it somewhere it can take over. If this isn't re-blooming it isn't the same rose I see here so I am disappointed.

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Pat A.
Lovely

I received my rose this spring and it has been growing beautifully ever sense, I love the color and it has dozens of blooms all over it. My only question is it has no fragrance at all. Just wondering if it is something I'm doing, maturity, or need more fertilizer. I have been using a liquid fertilizer every 3 weeks.

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dee g.
Super

I originally planted mine to climb a tree but with all the weeds it didnt do so well.i moved it to climb up a sunny wall and it is flurishing.looking forward to it getting 11 feet. Bright pink flower clusters

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