Type: Rambling Rose

Large flowers of medium-pink to almost white in centers, borne in clusters. Glossy light green foliage on an almost thorn-less rambler.

Height 15-20', Width 8', Petals 17-25, Bloom 2.5", Repeat Blooming, Zone 5-10

Availability: Out of stock

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) Thousand Beauties
Specifc ARS Score 8.7
Bloom Type Clustered, Cupped
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Fragrance, Thornless
Specific Color medium-pink to almost white in centers
Country of Origin No
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 No
Approximate Size 15-20' X 8'
Year 1906


Customer Reviews (2)

Gone but Not ForgottenReview by Barn Doug
First off, this rose had been out of stock, so I've only just ordered, and I've not yet grown one, but I'm very anxious to be able to. When I was a child, this beautiful and rigorous climber covered the surviving Victorian fences and front arbor of my parent's house in Connecticut (Zone 6). Being a Navy family, we moved away, but my father rented out the old house. After 35 years of renting, none of the old gardens survived when I finally returned to take on the old place. I was very fortunate in identifying Tausendschon (I've also seen it spelled Tausendschoen) as the much missed climber, since it has such distinctive attributes.

Here's why - other than sentiment - I am determined to reestablish Tausendschon at my home. It is a prolifically blooming and rigorous climber, easily covering long fences, and providing a pedestrian-stopping parade of admirers. The fragrant deep rose blooms fade to pink and then white, giving it different colors in the same cluster. It stood up to harsh New England winters, along with a stiff Northerly wind off the water, from perhaps about 1910 to the 1970s or 80s when it finally succumbed to less than loving tenants. As much as I'd love an extended bloom, the extraordinary qualities of Tausendshon make it a treasure for a garden with room enough and a gardener patient enough to await its annual splendor.

I will let you know how things go once my roses arrive! Begone, winter! (Posted on 4/5/2018)
Tausendschon RoseReview by Barbie
Zone 8.
This is absolutely one of the most magnificent roses I have ever seen. Planted in November of 2016. It is now March 2018. It started out as a healthy 18" ( give or take ) rose when sent to us and it is now a VERY HEALTHY 20' ( at least ) climbing rose. Beautiful clusters of pink roses and the foliage is as beautiful as ever. Great buy !!!! (Posted on 3/4/2018)

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