Botanical Name: Rosa 'Piñata' Description: This dazzling climber provides a fiesta of color throughout the season! Clusters of large blooms in bright shades of gold, orange and pink dance on a vigorous 8-foot plant. It is compact for a climbing rose, its habit is more like an upright shrub. Thick canes are rigid, so it does not easily train horizontally – but it's perfect placed against a pillar. Good disease and pest resistance makes it delightfully low maintenance. Blooms appear repeatedly in late spring and early summer for an ever-changing kaleidoscope of color. Lightly fragrant blossoms form in clusters – a single stem makes an instant bouquet. 28 petals per bloom. This outstanding rose is best planted in partial shade – blooms will last longer, and their multicolor effect will be most dramatic. Grows 6-8 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Order for your garden today – we'll ship premium bare root plants in spring.