Climbing rose "Open Arms"

A British cultivar introduced by Warner in 1995, this is a simple, but mildew-free rose with open flowers that are popular with insects. The flowers appear in clusters, but are only moderately densely distributed. However, "Open Arms" can be considered almost continuously flowering. And the flowers always look impeccable, both in strong sunlight and after rain! What's more, "Open Arms" flowers even in somewhat shady or unsunny locations. A little rose rust or sooty mould may appear on the leaves, but this is tolerable. In short: a rose for walls that are not too sunny!

For location, pruning, training, climbing aids, etc., see "General information".

>>> Price (bare root)

>>> Price (in 5.5 litre container)

Blossoms of the rose 'Open Arms'
Blossoms of the rose 'Open Arms'