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Rosa 'America'--America Rose
- Large-flowered climbing rose with 3.5-4 inch pink, coral and salmon, strongly scented flowers
- Plant in moist, but well-drained soil; fertilize regularly during the growing season
- Plant in full sun for all zones; prune after flowering in spring by removing oldest canes
- Height: 10-12 feet
- Width: 6-8 feet
- Hardy in USDA zones 5-9
Zone 5: Plant in spring; water in dry periods during growing season; after first hard frost, mound compost or shredded leaves around the crown; pull back mulch and prune out dead wood in the spring.
Zone 6: Plant in early spring or early fall; water in dry periods during growing season; after first hard frost, mound compost or shredded leaves several around the crown; pull back mulch and prune out dead wood in the spring
Zones 7-9: Plant in early spring or early fall; water in dry periods during growing season; mulch in late fall; pull back mulch and prune out dead wood in the spring.
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