The Best Yellow and Apricot Climbing Roses

This is a selection of the best disease resistant yellow and apricot climbing roses.

If you’re looking for a disease resistant climbing yellow or apricot rose, then the roses on this list can’t be beat. With regular organic feeding throughout the season and deep watering, these beauties will put on a spectacular display without the use of chemical sprays.

The Best Disease Resistant Yellow and Apricot Climbing Roses.

Rosa ‘Compassion’ – Bred by Harkness (UK, 1972). Height of 6 to 8 feet. Zone 5b and warmer. This climber will be covered with fragrant large size apricot-pink flowers. A good repeat bloomer. Large and bushy. Best grown upright on a pillar or as a large shrub. Very winter hardy.

Rosa ‘Della Balfour’ – Bred by Harkness (UK, 1994.) Height of 7 to 10 feet. Zone 5b and warmer Fragrant orange-pink flowers and a good repeat bloomer. Best grown on a pillar.

Rosa ‘Ginger Syllabub’ – Bred by Harkness (UK, 2000.) Height of 8 to 9 feet. Zone 6b and warmer. Very fragrant apricot-yellow flowers. Grows best when allowed to grow upright. Good choice for a small space.

Rosa ‘Golden Arctic’ – Bred by Brownell (USA, 1954.) Height of 6 to 7 feet. Zone 6b and warmer. Very fragrant medium yellow flowers. Does well on a pillar or fence. Good choice for a small space.

Rosa ‘Golden Showers’ – Bred by Lammerts (USA, 1956.) Height of 10 to 12 feet. Can be pruned to maintain a shorter habit. Zone 6 and warmer. Nice fragrance, good repeat bloomer.

Rosa ‘Goldfassade’ – Bred by Karl Baum (Germany, 1967.) Height of 9 to 12 feet. Zone 6b and warmer. Very fragrant deep yellow flowers. Does well grown on a pillar or fence.

Rosa ‘Gold Star’ – Bred by Tantau (Germany, 1966.) Height of 7 to 8 feet. Zone 6b and warmer. Fragrant deep yellow flowers. Does well on a pillar or fence. Good choice for a small space.

Rosa ‘Perpetually Yours’ – Bred by Harkness (UK, 1999.) Height of 8 to 10 feet. Zone 6b and warmer. Very fragrant old fashioned light yellow flowers. Does well on a pillar or fence.

Rosa ‘Polka’ – Bred by Alain Meilland (France, 1991.) Height of 9 to 10 feet. Zone 5b and warmer. Fragrant large apricot flowers. Will flower throughout the season.

How to Grow a Healthy Rose

Growing healthy roses, or for that matter any plant starts with the soil. The use of chemicals should never be used in the place of a good organic fertilizer. For the best results try to fertilize every three to four weeks during the growing season. Any plant that is suffering due to lack of nutrition will always be more susceptible to disease.

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