I am sure Robert Burns was talking about Valentine’s Day when he wrote A Red Red Rose since no rose can get any redder! A saturated deep red stays true from the inner most petal to the outermost petals creating a miniflora bouquet of the deepest red. Dark green leaves stay clean and show off the truly double flowers that repeat bloom from late spring till fall on both new and old wood. A smaller climbing rose this makes for a welcome addition to porches, low fences, balconies or even a large container with a trellis for the patio. Plant in full to part sun with moist, well-draining soils. Prune off spent blooms to encourage a repeat performance!