These roses rise with a habit that mimics vines, to bring flowers up out of your garden beds. You can train them along a trellis, over an arch or pergola, around an obelisk or column. The trick to training roses is to tie the canes in zig-zag patterns so they'll be as horizontal as possible, encouraging bud development all along the canes. Then, you'll have a display thick with beautiful roses. Some are fragrant, and there are tons of different flower colors and shapes to choose from, so whatever look you're going for--whether it's romantic columns of red roses or a pretty, fragrant summer arch--we've got the climbing rose to help you.