Climbing blackberry nip




This rose is a climbing sport of the very successful bush 'Blackberry Nip'.

It has large purple blooms which are a slightly larger than that of the bush rose. The flowers come on long stems making it ideal for picking. The fragrance is heavily. It grows into a strong vigorous climber producing plenty of basal growth. Foliage is a very unusual, but attractive, silvery grey.


  • Best climber at Hamilton Gardens, New Zealand 2012
  • Most fragrant rose at Hamilton Gardens, New Zealand 2012


Classification: Climber

Flower Colour: Purple/Plum

Flower Size: 110 - 120mm

Petal Count: 35-40

Hight: Tall

Habit: Vigorous Climber

Fragrance: 5

Disease Resistance: Good

Year of Release: 2012

Introducer: Glenavon Roses Ltd.


Fragrance guide 1 = Little or none; 5 = Very Strong