Fourth of July *
This spectacular velvety red, white and yellow striped beauty is a bloom machine and, unlike most climbers, will bloom profusely in its first season. A 1999 AARS winner, Fourth of July is a vigorous climber, routinely making spreading canes 10 to 14 feet in length. The blooms are large, semi-double, and come in large free-flowering clusters all over the bush. The blooms have a moderate fresh-cut apple scent. The foliage is large, abundant aand reasonably disease resistant.