This fire-red beauty was actually named through a contest for best entry to name this Jackson & Perkins Company bred rose that was predicted to prove tremendously popular in the 1930's. This climbing rose was just that. Photos of the roses were distributed featuring them draping over arbors, fences, growing up porches, and even won the an award for climbing roses in the 1933 International New Rose Contest in Paris. It served as the perfect warm and welcome decor to several home fronts and gardens.
Blaze of Glory
J&P Company later released a distant cousin to Blaze in 2005, "Blaze of Glory" a more coral orange climber rose.