The Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' is a beautiful climbing rose with white flowers.
The Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' was bred by the Dutch rose breeder W. Kordes & Sons in 1994. It is named after the famous Dutch rose gardener Cornelis Benschop, who worked as director of the Rosarium in the Westbroekpark in The Hague in the 1920s. This climbing rose produces large, double flowers in a pure white that does not change during the season. The flowers appear in large groups and have a sweet fragrance that attracts insects and butterflies. The flowering period usually begins in June and can often last until October.
The pink rose 'Director Benschop' offers good possibilities for combining.
The Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' is a beautiful climbing rose that goes well with a variety of other plants in the garden. It can be planted near shrubs, perennials or other climbing plants such as clematis to create a flowering and fragrant garden area. If you want to create a romantic cottage garden, you can combine the Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' with other romantic flowers such as lavender and delphinium. These combinations create a beautiful, lush display of flowers. For a modern or minimalist garden, you can combine the pink rose 'Direktor Benschop' with plants such as grasses, rock garden plants and ferns to create a modern and natural atmosphere. The Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' grows quickly and can reach an impressive height of up to 350 cm. It can be tied to a trellis, wall or latticework to provide a great backdrop for other plants.
Care and location for the white flowering climbing rose
The Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' prefers a sunny location with well-drained soil that is rich in nutrients. It is important that the soil is sufficiently watered, especially during the hot summer months, to encourage the growth and flowering of the plant. Regular fertilisation during the growing season can also help to keep the plant healthy and thriving. It is important to prune this rose regularly to maintain its shape and size. It is best to do this in spring before the foliage develops, this will encourage healthy growth and better flowering. This climbing rose is resistant to many of the most common rose diseases, such as powdery mildew and black stain, making it a low-maintenance and healthy choice for any garden. Rosa Rose 'Director Benschop' can also be planted in containers or tubs, making it a versatile plant for balconies or terraces.