How to identify a regular rose bush vs climbing?
I live in Southern California and just had a chain link fence installed.
From what I have gathered, some people recommend the Iceberg Rose Climbing bush for those who want to cover the chain link fence.
They are apparently better than vines because they are green all year long and will flower all over itself (instead of at just the top like some vines), low maintenance, and very resistant.
Anyways, my question is:
How do I know if I'm buying a climber vs a regular iceberg rose bush?
I went to home depot tonight and the iceberg roses that they have don't state whether they are climbers or not. There was no one there to help me so I couldn't ask. Google hasn't been helpful in helping me differentiate the two.
Can anyone help me figure this out? Maybe it's suppose to say climbing on the label?
Does anyone know where I might find myself a climbing iceberg? Either in white or pink?