Viking Queen
Viking Queen
Viking Queen

Viking Queen

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Viking Queen is a lovely Winter Hardy Climber bred by the University of Minnesota. Her large, medium-pink, very full blooms are produced in clusters with a look of English Roses. She is very fragrant and a vigorous rose set against leathery, dark-green foliage. Viking Queen truly has the most beautiful blooms of any true Winter Hardy Climber and thrives down to zone 4!

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC940 GALLON
Bloom Types Clustered, Very Full
Characteristic(s) Fragrance
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 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 1963
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 7'

Viking Queen

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Iris Nance
Hopes she makes it through our winter

I live in what is suppose to be zone 5. However we live on a ridge in Jefferson Cty NC. Last winter we had wind chills down to minus 28 degrees that lasted for weeks. I had about 20 zone 5 plants in insulated pots and only 3 of them made it. So this year I looked for zone 3 and 4 roses. I bought this one as a climber. She looked kind of leggy when she arrived but since planting her she has climbed and added lovely buds that turned into beautiful roses. We are expecting minus freezing for the next several nights and did I mention the wind? It is now blowing 10-15 mph and expected wind gusts to 30-40. My lovely rose is in an insulated LARGE pot next to the west side of the house so the sun can get to her but also the west blowing wind. She produced a rose and another bud yesterday and they are now in a vase showing off how beautiful the rose is and the great smell she produces. Here's crossing my fingers!

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Tricia Maynard
Hardy!

I accidentally planted this in a bad spot, but it’s thriving! It has survived two Montana winters, but it’s doing so well that it will get to stay where it is.

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Mark Crimmins-Murdock
On time

Plants arrived on time and in great shape. Unable to plant them as soon as I would have liked due to weather conditions. Both are doing very well and seem to be thriving. Can't wait until next year to see the blossoms. I love roses and would purchase more. Thanks for the quality of service and the health of the plants.

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Teresa
Climbing Beauty

My Viking Queen absolutely looks her name--beautiful and regal but with a touch of wildness to her satiny pink blooms. She has been tough and carefree in my zone 6 yard where she only gets afternoon sun. All summer she blooms generously and near constantly until frost, and yes, she has a lovely strong fragrance!

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Shelley Adams
Viking 👑 Queen

Medium pink Roses . The bush seems to be climbing so far . It’s about a year old . Many blooms so far . Some good , some not . I am pleased with it so far . I haven’t noticed the fragrance yet but it still young .

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