Dear Sirs. In the spring of this year, I planted two climbing roses, on of which flowered quite well, whilst the other has produced very healthy growth without producing a single flower. The plant has grown to about 12ft in height, and very health foliage with no sign of any disease. I tried stopping it expecting something to come from the leaf axils, which produced little sign of any further growth,and still no flowers. Your opinion would be gratefully received. Should I discard it and plant another. Would a climbing floribunda be a good variety for a climbing rose , over an archway.
- 9 Oct, 2011