Crimson Cascade Climbing Roses

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Shade Full Sun
Area Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour Red/Crimson
Type Climber or Rambler
Also Good Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Rosa Crimson Cascade

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Crimson Cascade Climbing Roses

Crimson Cascade really is a classic climbing rose, in a fabulous punchy rich red. It's tough, fully hardy and, as the name suggests, a real 'do-er', flowering nonstop from June to mid autumn, even later, with each bloom lasting well. The flowers are a full, ruby red double design, opening from shapely elongated buds. They're lightly perfumed and the bees love them, too. The foliage is mid-green, deciduous and semi glossy. It's an RHS Award of Garden Merit winner, so you know it'll do well given a basic care plan of late-autumn pruning and a spring mulch. This is one of the most popular and floriferous red climbers, and it will bring pleasure for many weeks.
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Growing Crimson Cascade Roses

Probably the most important thing for roses of any kind is good rich soil. They love clay, and a good mulch of garden compost or well-rotted manure in spring. Crimson Cascade prefers sun, too, so give it a spot in rich soil in full sun and you have the first stage of success covered. Then plant with the right support. Your first option is a wall or fence, wired or trellised up, where you can tie in the young shoots as horizontally as possible. Or train this rose up and over a sturdy arbour, pergola or rose arch. Avoid growing climbing roses in pots, as they'll soon run out of nutrients and/or water; this is one for open soil. Roses look lovely with clematis trained through them; the rich red of Crimson Cascade would pair well with a white one such as Sylvia Denny. Or twine in another climbing rose such as cream Claire Austin or simple white Starlight Symphony.


  • Height: to 2.5m
  • Spread: to 1.8m
  • Colour: rich red
  • Shape of flower: double
  • Size of flower: large
  • Scent: light
  • Flowering: repeat
  • Group: climbing rose
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

Did You Know?

Crimson Cascade was bred by Gareth Fryer in 1991, and given an Award of Garden Merit in 2012.

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