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The rambler rose or climbing rose rosa 'Lykkefund' is the star of every garden with its exuberant sea of ​​flowers! This fast-growing rose 'Lykkefund' produces almost thornless shoots! The white flowers are the perfect decoration for your garden. From June to July this rambler is in top form and steals the show from other plants in the garden. Rosa 'Lykkefund' is particularly attractive on rose arches, pergolas or in trees. The robust and hardy climbing rose transforms any garden into a creamy white sea in the flowering period of just a few weeks.

The beautiful 'Lykkefund' originally comes from Denmark. The rose was bred in 1930 and is a variety of the famous rose expert Aksel Olsen. The wild rose Rosa Helenae and the historic bourbon rose Zéphirine Drouhin are considered biological parents. No wonder this variety presents itself with a distinct elegance and robust character. The climbing rose has long since captured the hearts of gardeners around the world and has found countless admirers who rave about its abundance of flowers. In addition, the easy-care rambler rose can be used in various ways.
It fits into any garden and gives the garden a romantic flair in the style of English gardens. The small flowers grow close together in clusters on the long, flexible tendrils. The climbing rose 'Lykkefund' blooms once a year and enchants the environment with its wonderful scent. The buds initially develop apricot yellow flowers whose color slowly fades into an elegant creamy white. The interior of the flowers presents beautiful stamens and retains a warm yellow hue. The simple flowers are partly folded slightly and are very attractive to bees, bumblebees and other insects.

Flowering time

  • June
  • July



Flower shape

  • Half-filled
  • Stamens


Strongly scented

Care Instructions

Caring for rose 'Lykkefund' is not difficult, but the rose does require some time and attention on a regular basis. Roses need a lot of energy to grow well and sufficient water and nutrition helps with this. Also check regularly whether there are spent flower buds on the rose. To avoid wasting energy, it is best to remove these as quickly as possible. It is wise to fertilize the rose so that it can absorb good and healthy nutrition again. The advice is to do this twice a year; in March and the end of June.


Products are shipped directly from the nursery every week on Wednesdays. By delivering only once a week, we reduce logistics emissions and optimize our processes. This benefits both the quality of our products and the climate.

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