There is music in the air as an ‘Amadeus’ climbing rose scales a Classic Garden Elements Victorian Rose Arch.

Like the music of Mozart, Austria’s most famous composer, the repeat-blooming ‘Amadeus’ climbing rose (Kordes, 2003) exerts its own special fascination. Blood-red, half-filled blooms growing in umbels impress the viewer even from a distance. In Sparrieshoop, in the gardens of the Kordes rose-breeder family, this ‘Amadeus’, one of the world’s most frequently photographed roses, has completely covered a Classic Garden Elements ‘Kiftsgate‘ metal Rose Arch.

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