Seven Sisters (multi-flora rambler) Rose

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Rosa 'Seven Sisters'

Heirloom Rose

China Native - introduced to Britain in 1817 by Charles Greville

Bears clusters of profuse red blooms. Usually grown on walls or trellis' or fences (does very well along fences)

Abundant blooms in Spring, intermittently through Summer & abundantly  blooms again in Autumn   + heavy double blooms  

Note: Blooms are produced on old wood which means that this year’s flower buds were formed last year. If you prune new, green growth - you will be cutting off your buds for this year's flowers. Do not prune prior to blooming. Remove dead or diseased canes.  Remove dead leaves, branches or other brush from under your bush.

* Deer May Browse , Tolerates Poor Soil, Disease Resistant *

Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC

Ornamental Characteristics
Category Perennial Flowering Ground-cover
Foliage Type Deciduous
Height usually 13' (can grow up to 20')
Spread 1' - 3'
Shape Rambler, Climber or Ground-cover
Primary Foliage Color Green
Seasonal Foliage Color Winter Dormant
Flowering Season Spring through Frost
Flower Color Red (clusters measuring 1" - 2" across)
Propagation 'Easy' from cuttings
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Slow to moderate
Sun Preferences

Full Sun (can tolerate some Semi-shade) Needs 6 - 8 hours of sunlight

Water Preferences Moist (not standing water): Ensure Planting Area Provides Adequate Drainage
Cold Hardiness Zone 7