Crimson Glory, climberThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
8 to 12 feet Z6-11 R Fr H mr
The climbing version of the rose bred in Germany by Wilhelm Kordes, ‘Crimson Glory’ is the standard by which all other red roses are judged. Deep velvety crimson in color, the cupped petals hold a rich Damask fragrance. The shrub rose won the National Rose Society Gold Medal in 1936, and the James Alexander Gamble Rose Fragrance Medal in 1961.