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"Golden Showers®"

Class: Large-Flowered Climber

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Photo © Barrie Collins (Timeless Roses)
Garden Map Location # 35


Color: Medium golden yellow
Blooms: Double, ruffled, large, 35 petals, the color of jonquils, repeat
Foliage: Shiny, smooth, dark green
Fragrance: Moderately fragrant, licorice
Size (H x W): 10 - 14 x 6
Growth Habit: Climbing
Cultivation: Shade tolerant, disease resistant, good hardiness.
Not Hardy North of: Zone
Origins: Bred US (1956) by Dr. Walter Lammerts. Introduced in US (1956) by Germain's
Parentage: 'Charlotte Armstrong' x 'Captain Thomas'
Notes: Blooms become loose with age. Withstands rain. Long season. Can be grown as a shrub. All-American RS Gold Medal(s). Excellent climber for trees.

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