Florentina™ Arborose® Climbing Rose

Florentina™ Arborose® Climbing Rose

Plush Crimson Blooms at the Perfect Height!


Compact growth, soft canes, and own-root vigor make this climber fantastically versatile!

Bareroot Ownroot
Item # 38419
Ships in Spring at the proper planting time for your zone. View Schedule
$25.95
Buy 3+ at $23.95 ea
Buy 5+ at $21.95 ea
Genus2
Rosa
Variety
'KORtrameilo'
ppaf
PP#24,196
Item Form
Bareroot Ownroot
Zone
5 - 9
Bloom Start to End
Late Spring - Late Summer
Habit
Climbing
Plant Height
6 ft - 10 ft
Plant Width
3 ft - 6 ft
Bloom Size
3.5 in
Restrictions
*Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

Review Summary
(Based on 4 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Reviews

Absolutely beautiful blooms
Amanda D. from NJ wrote on June 12, 2020

The Florentina is a beautiful climber with impressive, full, gorgeous blooms. This is the third season I have had it and there are about 65 roses on it at the moment. You can not walk past it and not stop for a moment to admire the beauty. One of the canes has 7 buds at the end and when they bloomed, they formed a heart! I wish I could attach a picture but will send it to customer service.

Very Impressed
Sherry Roma from FL wrote on March 25, 2020

Wow! I'm impressed and a little overwhelmed to say nothing of surprised! Today I received my first order from Jackson & Perkins for two red Kordes roses - Florentina CL and Desmond Tutu. I thought they were going to be little 2-qt things but they are these huge bareroots. I'm pretty unfamiliar with bareroots since I always buy potted. These are going to need a DEEP hole! Florentina definitely says it's ownroot, but Tutu says nothing either way. I don't see a graft so I'm assuming it's ownroot, too. I love Kordes roses! Absolutely impeccable disease resistance in hot humid Central Florida and very undemanding. I don't even water or feed the three I have - for years, but they are in a very well amended bed. Now I just have to buy a trellis for Florentina and install it. I'm really excited!

Super Happy
Merle from CA wrote on April 11, 2018

After browsing and seeing such poor ratings on this rose I felt I needed to include my two cents. I’ve purchased 13 roses this year from 3 different companies/breeders...so far, these have been the most impressive as far as robust and general health. I purchased them as bareroots. They were huge and hearty when they arrived, perfectly packaged. I followed instructions and soaked them prior to planting. They were covered in little buds which immediately took off. I’m just a couple months they have grown to over two feet tall with gorgeous glossy foliage. Too early for flowers, my experience with climbers is that you can’t really expect any blooms the first year. I wouldn’t hesitate to purchAse a Kordes bareroot in the future and in fact I’m already eyeing the plum perfect for next year! By the way, I bought three of these and all three are awesome. If it helps, I’m zone 9 and these are in deep pots with frequent watering and periodic fish emulsion treatments. I have two that get great sun and one that is partial sun do to my patio and am still happy with the growth on each one (although the full sun are slightly bigger)

Super Happy
Merle from CA wrote on April 11, 2018

After browsing and seeing such poor ratings on this rose I felt I needed to include my two cents. I’ve purchased 13 roses this year from 3 different companies/breeders...so far, these have been the most impressive as far as robust and general health. I purchased them as bareroots. They were huge and hearty when they arrived, perfectly packaged. I followed instructions and soaked them prior to planting. They were covered in little buds which immediately took off. I’m just a couple months they have grown to over two feet tall with gorgeous glossy foliage. Too early for flowers, my experience with climbers is that you can’t really expect any blooms the first year. I wouldn’t hesitate to purchAse a Kordes bareroot in the future and in fact I’m already eyeing the plum perfect for next year! By the way, I bought three of these and all three are awesome. If it helps, I’m zone 9 and these are in deep pots with frequent watering and periodic fish emulsion treatments. I have two that get great sun and one that is partial sun do to my patio and am still happy with the growth on each one (although the full sun are slightly bigger)