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Hi, I know there are roses suitable for North facing gardens, my garden is light but not sunny, faces north. Have any of you success with going roses in this situation, I have been told that they may not flower as much. I'm thinking of getting climbers ramblers and shrubs.

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  • Posted: Wed. 11th January 2017 15:28

Re: Roses in North facing garden?

Reply from thomas stone

Yes lots of roses that will flower and live quite happy in that site, rosa alba, rosa rugosas, spinifolia hydrids will do ok in a north facing site, there's a few Austin hybrids like lady of shallot that also may do ok, stanwell perpetual will also grow away strongly
On the walls, a lot of ramblers like alberic babair (spelling) rambling rector, Mrs f w flight, snowgoose, generally the once flowering ramblers will do well, climbers a bit harder by zelephin douren and Kathleen Harrop are good in shade
Those are good ones off the top of my head, can put together a bigger list if you would like

  • Posted: Wed. 26th April 2017 06:11