‘Blaze’ is just what you picture a climbing rose ought to be: romantically rich in color, dramatic, vigorous, and covered in flowers from spring to frost; In a nutshell a real showstopper in the garden. Foliage is a very dark, forest-green and slightly thick like leather.Which is the best climbing rose for beginners?
An exceptionally vigorous climber with prolific blooms and a mild fruity fragrance, the Blaze climbing rose (Rosa "Blaze") makes an ideal first choice for beginning gardeners.Can a blaze Rose grow on old wood?
Blaze roses bloom on old wood so make sure you keep up with it if you would like it to keep blooming. Blaze climbing roses tend to be somewhat resistant to rust, however many growers have noted that this variety is somewhat susceptible to blackspot.What kind of light does a blaze rose need?
The leaves of the Blaze rose are a nice dark green and the blooms themselves will have only a mild fragrance, if any is noticeable at all. Blaze climbing roses will give you their best show if you can plant them in a location that gets a lot of sunlight, at least 8 hours or more each day.