Wild Rover


  • Deep claret buds opening to a plum purple with yellow and ivory centres
  • Strong, upright climbing habit
  • Mid-green, glossy, high health foliage
  • Perfect for fences, rose arches & obelisks
  • Medium sweet fragrance
  • Can be grown in a large half barrel container
  • Average height: 180cm

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Colour Description Vivid Purple with Golden Stamens
Approx Height 180cm
Planting Situation Fencing/Pergola/Trellis
Fragrance Medium
Availability: In stock

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    Wild Rover

    This exciting climbing rose has a strong, sturdy habit with upright, healthy, mid-green growth which ideal for rose arches, fences and obelisks. Wild Rover is massed with deep claret buds which open into sweetly scented and highly attractive, semi-double purple blooms with yellow and ivory centres from top to bottom in repeat waves from early summer.

    Its rich purple colour will give your garden a strong and beautiful focal point to your garden along with a pleasing sweet rose fragrance.

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    We offer fast delivery on our roses, often next day and also allow you to specify a date in the checkout meaning you can pick a date appropriate.

    Bareroot orders are dispatched between November and March (weather dependant) and on a rotational basis.

    Potted Orders £7.95 *
    Bareroot Rose Orders £7.95 *
    Potted or Bareroot orders over £100 Free Delivery *

    *Prices listed are for mainland UK delivery and exclude Highlands, Islands and EU. Prices for these addresses are calculated in the checkout based on your order.

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