Eden™

Type: Climbing Roses

Large, old fashioned, fully double 4 1/2", cupped blooms (petals 100). The blooms are an unusual blend of pastel pinks, creams and yellows. Vigorous bushy, well-foliaged, disease-resistant plant. A versatile repeat blooming climber ideal for many uses in the small or large garden for training on fences, trellises, walls and gazebos. Hardier than most climbers and of restrained growth. One of the finest climbers to come along in years.

Availability: In stock This rose begins shipping the week of March 5th 2018

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Additional Info

SKU LC875
Alternate Name(s) Pierre de Ronsard, Eden Rose 88®
Specifc ARS Score 9.1
Bloom Type Cupped, Fully Double
Breeder Code MEIviolin
Characteristics Shade
Specific Color Pastel pinks, creams and yellow
Country of Origin France
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Shade Tolerant Yes
Approximate Size 8 - 10' X 6'
Year 1997

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Customer Reviews (21)

Great quality rosesReview by Lady rose
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So happy with the roses I purchased from you . So healthy and fast growing , will continue to purchase from you . (Posted on 10/4/2017)
AmazingReview by Leta
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This rose is everything Heirloom Roses said it would be. Vigorous, shade tolerant and very fast growing. I want more!!!! (Posted on 9/28/2017)
Admired since childhood!Review by Arielle
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I love, love this rose it's my favorite and led me into the brilliant world of Cabbage Roses and I've never looked back. This beauty grew on my grandmother's gazebo and every early summer I would go over and steal a couple blossoms to brighten my room! This rose came on the correct date and just as they said started leafing out promptly. I got one gorgeous bloom quite promptly and was waiting patiently for my next one and a darn deer ate the top half of this rose. Quite sad. I think I'll have to put some spray down so it can grow up again. But so beautiful! (Posted on 9/27/2017)
The most exquisite rose on my gardenReview by Wendy
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Dug it up from my San Francisco garden, mid season to sit in a pot for 4 months, and finally get shoved in a box with 4 other roses I dug up to take with me to the Pacific Northwest. The most exquisite rose I have. Healthy, well mannered climber. (Posted on 8/30/2017)
I think "I" goofed, but will fix....Review by "Mo"
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Sometimes a gardener just isn't as clever as she/he thinks. I goofed! I changed my plan for setting 'Eden' out, and should not have done so. Because she is "shade tolerant," I got carried away and planted her in total dense shade. I thought she would be beautiful at our back fence which is surrounded by trees---not so. While 'Eden' has remained healthy and has worked hard at growing, she just is not placed correctly. I don't think "shade tolerant" really means "shade exclusive". I still believe she deserves 5-star rating for working so hard...in spite of me. I will move her come Spring. (Posted on 8/17/2017)
Planted in memory of my motherReview by Cherie 9a
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Received two weeks ago and planted yesterday along a chain link fence with morning sun, some afternoon sun and has dappled sun at times. The rose has pretty glossy green leaves. I am looking forward to lots of beautiful blooms someday and hope soon! Mom would love this rose! (Posted on 6/21/2017)
So prettyReview by MoniqueO
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I bought a couple of these last spring, they were healthy and small. Planted by my back fence, they grew to about 12 " however didn't get any blooms first year. This year they are already about 2' and have several blooms on them that are beautiful.
I really wish there was a way that we could all post our own pictures.... (Posted on 6/17/2017)
Buy this rose! Review by In Honour of my Mother
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I purchased this rose for my backyard garden in remembrance of my mother. She loved roses, especially fragrant ones, light pink, and anything heirloom. This is the first year it's bloomed (I planted fall of 2016) and so far it has 15 blooms on it! Big huge yummy ones! I couldn't be more pleased. (Posted on 6/8/2017)
Eden RoseReview by Daria
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My husband bought this for me as a gift, I wanted a climbing rose and this one is beautiful. It arrived in great condition and already has 3 blooms, just as pretty as the pictures, I am looking forward to this climbing all over some trellis panels to add some privacy between us and our neighbor. (Posted on 5/26/2017)
So Elegantly Beautiful!! I LOVE it!!Review by Leslie
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Ordered last year, it is already blooming! And they are exquisite!! The blooms just take my breath away!! I started the rose in a pot and because we will be moving in the next few months, I decided I would keep it in a pot and take her with me to the new house........and there are still so very many blooms and growing like crazy!!! A as gardener to the heart, to grow this rose from such a small little thing into the blooming beauty it has become, brings me such satisfaction. I intend to plant her as close to my new bedroom window as I can, so that I can see all of the gorgeous blooms when simply looking out of my window!! Wonderful rose and a wonderful addition to any garden!! You NEED it!! (Posted on 5/13/2017)
EDEN ROSEReview by srfotog
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For some reason, I'm madly in love with this rose. It starts slowly in my garden, but every year it gets bigger and better. More and more roses on it every year. I have to get more every year. (Posted on 3/16/2017)
Stunning ClimberReview by Clarice
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I have 3 of these gorgeous roses. One growing next to my back door which only receives afternoon sun. The first flush was amazing on this 3 year old bush. It finally produced for me this year. The other two are in full sun. They also were prolific and really the same amount of flowers as the one that only receives afternoon sun.

The flowers start out white then turn a gorgeous pink as they mature. The blooms are cupped to around 3-4 inches...a nice size. This rose loves a lot of food and water if you want a lot of blooms. Disease resistance is very good. The most beautiful climber and one of my favorite roses. (Posted on 6/24/2016)
Gorgeous!Review by Erica
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I ordered two gallons of the Eden roses. Today they finally came it, and let me tell you they are already so beautiful. They do not have blooms as of yet, but the leaves are a gorgeous green. We have local nurseries that are able to tend to their roses up until the day you leave with them and they do not look this good. That's saying something for this company, after a seven day trip they look like they came from the photos, they know their stuff and take care of their roses. I actually called and got the brand's of furtalizer they use, so I can continue the upkeep they have started, and even start using it on the roses we already have. Love this company already (this is my first order with them), and can't wait to continue to be a loyal customer! Thank you for my beautiful new roses! (Posted on 6/8/2016)
Beautiful Romantic Climber!Review by Alison_8b
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Eden Rose is like a fairytale, its amazing! This rose is definitely a climber since the canes are very flexible even if they are thicker. I've had some of the blooms have a scent and others do not, but it doesn't matter because it is worth having because of its beauty. These blooms last a week without rain. This rose is a heavy feeder and it is a vigorous grower. I have one that I plan on growing up my brick wall in the back of my house. This rose does fine on the West side of my house and blooms just fine. I am tempted to take out some bushes and plant two more to climb up the entire brick wall... I love this rose, I picture all romantic scenes out of the Victorian era to have the gazebos covered with these blooms! (Posted on 5/10/2016)
Such a BeautyReview by Bobbye
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I bought this last year and really neglected it while in a huge pot. Then I planted it in clay ( no where else to put it for now). It has just taken off in the clay, well 2 feet under the clay is some of the richest soil around somatic that's the secret. It's been about a 6 weeks since we planted it in the clay and it looks amazing! Haha the flowers are perfect and I cut them to put on my table. That's the reason I got this plant was for cut flowers. (Posted on 3/20/2016)
It's Growing - No blumes as yetReview by siftnsand
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I had my gardener plant this just outside my bay kitchen window in part shade part sun against my Northern Stucco Wall which get most of the sun mid day to late afternoon with a drip system that waters them daily along with the rest of my shrubs in Las Vegas. I had hoped they will cover the entire wall that runs from where it planted spreading to the West direction on the side of the house where there is nothing planted currently. It's going to take some time yet I'm sure, but I'm experimenting with this area, yet to be known? But the plant is growing since planted, but no blooms yet. (Posted on 5/19/2014)
Wow so beautifulReview by Judy
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This rose came as a little pip but the instruction said that it was a true rose and I would be amazed at how fast it grew. Well, its true! This is my third year and i have this rose planted at the corner of my cottage with half the stems trelliced on each side of the building and pruned and staked according to a video I watched on you tube about climbing roses. I have hundreds of roses and the leaves are so green and healthy. The colors of these roses are beautiful cream to baby pink but a slight tinge of a deeper pink on the very edge of the flower and soooo many petals! Now I want to plant more roses! I am hooked. This rose is so fabulous.
(Posted on 5/3/2014)
MarvellousReview by Jennifer
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I planted this rose when Ernie and I met in 1990. It climbed along the railing of our deck facing east. It produced great bunches of flowers with a pleasant fragrance. Never a hint of disease. We lived in Vallejo with awful clay soil, but it thrived, even though its feet were often soaked from lawn run off. Ernie died in 1999. I still miss Eden out side our bedroom door, but not as much as I miss Ernie. (Posted on 3/9/2014)
Prettiest rose!Review by Laura
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I chose this rose because I needed a climber that could tolerate shade. It is just the prettiest rose. I love it! (Posted on 1/25/2014)
Show Stopper!Review by Jo
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While visiting our daughter in Oregon, I treated myself w/a visit to Heirloom's demonstration garden -- what a treat! Of the deluge of breath-taking specimens on display, 'Eden' AKA: 'Pierre de Ronsard' was my #1 favorite; I promptly purchased a cutting. I later read it had been named "World's Favorite” by the World Federation of Rose Societies, one of only 14 species inducted into the international Rose Hall of Fame: http://www.worldrose.org/awards/hof/hof.asp. Visitors to my own garden here in the Seattle area rarely pass it w/o stopping. A truly exquisite rose… (Posted on 6/9/2013)

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