Paul's Scarlet Climbing Roses
- Height: 3.2m
- Colour: Red
- Shape: Double
- Scent: Light
- Flowering period: Once in summer
- Type: Climber
Paul's Scarlet Wichurana Hybrid Climbing Rose
Paul's Scarlet is a very free flowering old climbing rose, producing large clusters of brilliant, unfading scarlet double flowers, with dark green leaves. A friendly climber as the near-thornless stems are easily trained. Probably the only drawback of Pauls Scarlet as a climbing rose is that it does not repeat flower. 10ft.
Very tolerant of dappled shade and poor soil, but it needs watering in hot dry summers to prevent mildew.
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Bred by William Paul & Son and released around 1915, which is the year it won the Royal National Rose Society gold medal. The parents are Paul's Carmine Pillar and Rêve d'Or.