Scientific Name: Rosa 'Macdub'
Common Name: Dublin Bay rose, floribunda climbing rose
Family Name: Rosaceae
Origin: Garden origin
Hardiness Zone: Zone 5: (-29 to -23 °C)
Plant Type: Shrub - deciduous, Vine - deciduous, Vine or climber
Mature Size: 2 - 3m x 2 - 3m (height x width)
Habit: Arching, Spreading, Twiggy, Upright
Form: Oval - horizontal
Texture: Medium
Landscape Uses: Accent plant, Arbors or trellis, Attract butterflies, Cut flower or foliage, Group or mass planting, Screening, Specimen plant, Summer interest, Tall background
Exposure: Full sun
Soil or Media: Humus rich, Well-drained
Leaves: Compound, Alternate, Soft flexible, Glabrous, Lustrous, Odd-pinnate, Ovate, Serrate
Flowers: Flowers solitary, Dark-red, Jun-Jul-Aug-Sep
Fruit: Aggregate fruit, Achene, Edible, (Accessory tissue), Orange, Red, Sep-Oct
Key ID Features:
Leaf compound, serrated, 5 leaflets/1 terminal, orbicular, 2 stipules, fall-purple/red; flower semi-double, true red, June to September, no scent. Winter ID: strong prickles; fruit huge rose hips, persistent, .