Opal Brunner pictures?
Does anyone have pictures of an entire Opal Brunner bush? I planted two of them about 2 years ago. I agree with Vintage Gardens, who has classified this rose as a climbing polyantha, not a climbing floribunda. It blooms with small blooms in graceful clusters on flexible canes.
Both of mine were about 3-4 feet high until last Fall, when they started putting out climbing canes...Now one of them has a cane that is at least 12 feet long - it has migrated over to my Le Vesuve, which it is trying to use as a climbing structure. So, I when I noticed I ran to look at the other one - same thing. The second one is next to a fence, so I will train it horizontally on that. We ordered a large rose folly for the first one - it got here two days ago, and my DH painted it dark green (matches the nearby fence). I am hoping to train OB around it, because where it is there is not much space for it to go anywhere except up.
Most of the pictures I have been able to find are of one bloom or bloom cluster, so if anyone has a full bush/climbing picture, that would be great to see. Thanks -