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David Austin Climbing Roses

Discover the beauty of David Austin Climbing Roses at Boma in Kentish Town. These roses effortlessly adorn walls, arbours, fences, and pergolas, providing year-round structure and vibrant blooms in summer and autumn. Once established, these easy-to-care-for climbers promise low maintenance and endless charm.

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Training and Caring for David Austin Climbing Roses

The enchanting beauty of David Austin Climbing Roses is a sight to behold. These stunning roses, renowned for their vibrant colours, striking forms, and delightful fragrances, can add a spectacular vertical dimension to your garden. Available all year round at Boma in Kentish Town, these climbers provide a lush, flowering spectacle throughout summer and autumn. Once established, these roses are easy to care for and require low maintenance, making them an ideal choice for any garden.

Planting David Austin Climbing Roses is a straightforward process, and with the right care, these climbers can transform your garden into a blooming paradise. Before you start, it's crucial to prepare the site adequately. Select a location that receives at least six hours of sun each day, preferably in well-drained soil. If you're planting multiple roses, leave a distance of about 1.8 to 3.6 metres between each plant to allow for proper air circulation.

When you're ready to plant, dig a hole that's wide and deep enough to accommodate the root ball of the rose. Place the rose into the hole, ensuring that the bud union (the swollen area from which the branches grow) is level with or slightly above the ground. Backfill the hole with a mixture of garden soil and well-rotted compost or manure, and water thoroughly.

After planting, it's crucial to provide your climbing roses with the right care. Water regularly, especially during dry spells, and feed your roses with a balanced rose fertiliser in early spring and midsummer to promote robust, healthy growth. Prune in late winter or early spring to keep the plant tidy and encourage more flowers.

Training your climbing roses is an important aspect of their care. Initially, train the main stems of your climbing rose horizontally, as this encourages the growth of more flowering side shoots. As the plant matures, allow some of the new growth to remain upright to give your plant height and reach.

Dealing with pests and diseases is an inevitable part of rose care, but David Austin Climbing Roses have been bred for their disease resistance, making them easier to manage. Regular inspections will help you spot any issues early and take prompt action.

At Boma, we offer a range of David Austin Climbing Roses, each with its unique allure. Varieties like 'Gertrude Jekyll', known for its exceptional fragrance and vibrant pink blooms, or 'The Generous Gardener', appreciated for its large, creamy white flowers and strong, musky fragrance, can transform any garden space.

Whether you're looking to cover a sunny wall or dress up a garden arch, pergola, or fence, David Austin Climbing Roses provide an excellent choice. They not only add an element of romance and beauty to your garden but also create a living, blooming spectacle that evolves with the seasons.

And remember, whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, the team of horticulturists at Boma is always on hand to provide advice and guidance. With David Austin Climbing Roses and Boma, your dream garden is within reach.