Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™

Type: Rambling Rose

Delicate, small, soft pink sweetheart buds and 2" blooms (petals 18+) on a vigorous nearly thornless rambler that can be grown as a large shrub. The roses have a slight pepper/spice fragrance.

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(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score No
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Fragrance, Hedge, Shade, Thornless
Specific Color Pink
Country of Origin USA
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 14-20' x 10'
Year 1996


Customer Reviews (11)

Looking GoodReview by Judi
I'm in a zone 4, at least if I plant zone 5 plants they don't winter over well. This is the first season for my rose. Last year in October my 200 year old oak tree blew down in a storm. The tree guys left a 10' high stump which I planned to cut down, but my neighbors suggested I leave it, so I've planted this rose to eventually grow over it and cover it with blossoms. My rose doubled in size this summer. It's still small, but is growing well, and I have high hopes for a lovely rose centerpiece for my yard. (Posted on 10/26/2018)
First season experienceReview by Loverly
Bare root rose was a favorite of rabbits until I put a fine mesh cage around it. Then small green caterpillars ate it. Then 95 degree temps and torrential rains -- ah, Chicago! Zone 5. But to my astonishment Cecile put out another shoot when the roller-coaster weather settled down. Yes, plants and humans all felt lots better. I fed it rose food carefully and kept it consistently watered. Now it has two long branches about 3 ft long each. No blooms this season yet but it is definitely established -- yay! Go Cecile! (Posted on 9/13/2018)
one tough plantReview by susan in Ridgefield WA zone 7- 8
Has anyone successfully killed a Cecile Brunner??? Just kidding(sort of).A very much loved vigorous disease free rose. I have mine growing over an arch at the start of my walkway. Cecile is about 30 years old and still turns heads.My house would just not be right without her. I wack her back every year and by the end of summer she has 15 foot branches. Give her a large place to grow, let her go and expect her to be part of your family for years. (Posted on 7/26/2018)
This rambler began to ramble within a couple of weeks of planting. Review by Pammy
It is now creeping up the wrought iron obelisk that I planted it beneath. I plan to have it climb into an old Ironwood Tree from the obelisk. It has produced one exquisite bloom already

Zone 9, Scottsdale, AZ (Posted on 2/16/2018)
Brings back memoriesReview by Amy
I grew up with a Cecile Brunner nearly engulfing our play house, loved basking in the scent of these prolific blooms. When we bought our first house, I was delighted to find a robust Cecile Brunner in the back yard. Our new house lacked a Cecil Brunner...but it's not quite home without one, so thank you, Heirloom, for providing us with a way to continue the tradition! (Posted on 9/15/2017)
Loved It!Review by Dog Lady
Planted this great climber here in the Sacramento area, and despite the heat, it's really taken off after only a few months. Thank you Heirloom Roses! (Posted on 8/30/2017)
This is a rose that wants to live!Review by Jennifer
When I bought my second home the former owner was still working in the yard to clean it up. Between the house and garage was some type of plant that was hacked down to ground level, she mentioned that she had been trying for a long time to kill this thing. Of course I let it grow and, to my delight, it became a massive Cecile that arched over the walkway and spread over the garage. Magnificent! One of my fondest memories of living there was watching the squirrels feast on tiny pink rosebuds. (Posted on 5/29/2014)
Drying RosesReview by Rose Lover
These roses dry beautifully - they retain their color well. (Posted on 5/29/2014)
fantasticReview by beej
purchased two several years ago. It's taken two full years, constant pruning and dead heading but this year it's fantastic. Two plants completely cover a large Smith Hawkins arbor and are laden with profuse large clusters of blooms.
Love to relax and enjoy the view. Again, I caution that pruning and dead heading are a must...and enjoyable. (Posted on 5/12/2014)
large but worth itReview by Bryn
My mother grew this rose when I was a child. She would pick one for a bud vase to put near my father's favourite chair. I love this rose, but one must have a very large spot for it to climb and spread. When it is happy it will eat up a garage! (but it is worth it). Bryn in Washington
(Posted on 1/22/2014)
Bloomed profusely all summer in its first year in my gardenReview by High Plains Rose
I have loved Cecile Brunner roses since I was a child (I am now 81). A huge bush covered the side of our garage. In May we would weave crowns of the buds to wear at festivals. I am worried that the plant will not do well here (high plains at 4000 ft. altitude) and will provide winter protection. When the rose arrived it was so small I did not expect much this summer, but it has been blooming all summer. You can't imagine what a thrill it was to see those first adorable buds - after all these years. I ordered two other plants from you and they have done very well also. Nancy in Nebraska (Posted on 9/1/2013)

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