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Roses do not climb in the way that many vines do, by entwining themselves onto vertical structures. But some Roses produce long, vigorous canes that can be assisted to reach upwards of 15 feet, where they will produce showers of bloom in an abundance of classic beauty. These "climbing" Roses include 'Golden Showers', 'New Dawn', and 'William Baffin', and no proper cottage garden can be without them. They are also a charming way to disguise an unattractive fence, wall, or shed that can’t be removed.