New Dawn, Don Juan and Lady Banks Rose are three varieties of easy-to-grow climbing roses. New Dawn rose is a pale pink climbing rose first cultivated around 1930. The rose is pest- and disease-resistant, requires minimal sunlight each day and produces canes up to 15 feet in length, making it necessary to choose its location carefully.
Don Juan climbing roses produce crimson-colored blooms and a strong fragrance. A good option for cut flowers, the Don Juan's canes also reach lengths of 15 feet along with dark green foliage.
The Lady Banks Rose is a durable rose variety that can last for decades or longer with very little maintenance. The rose is resistant to disease and flowers in yellow or white with thornless canes that make for easy pruning.