Celestial Night
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night
Celestial Night
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™
Celestial Night™

Celestial Night™

$55 Regular price
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An offspring of Ebb Tide x Grande Dame, Celestial Night is a mystical shade of deep, plum purple and produces lush, cupped, old-fashioned blooms, with 41+ petals, perfect for the garden and vase. Her incredible full flowering coupled with great disease resistance gives you a rose that is sky high above its competition. Celestial Night is a garden star!

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Rose Type Floribunda
Bloom Types Cupped, Very Full, Quartered
Breeder Code WEKebtigard
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Pots
Color Purple
Specific Color deep plum purple
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2017
Approximate Size 4-5' X 3-4'

Celestial Night™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
So beautiful and healthy

I purchased this rose bush last summer and took a chance planting it in an area where two other roses have not survived. Not only is this rose doing well but it is growing robustly and is very healthy. The color of the roses on this bush are such a beautiful color. I have planted it near my Aunt Lydia's old rose bush from her mother that was brought over from Europe and they will be beautiful together. Will only order roses from Heirloom Roses going forward as all their roses do 100% better than any roses I have ordered from other companies. Slightly more expensive but I am confident they will do very well. Thanks Heirloom!


I purchased a celestial night from BB Barns in Asheville NC zone 7b. Put it in the ground outside Rutherfordton zone 8a. After two weeks had amazing blooms (May 4th). I give 5 stars just for the flower alone. It’s a stunning choice. It would be difficult to be disappointed with this purchase friend. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️


This rose has been a joy to have in my Rose Garden It gave us many beautiful flowers and the color is almost spot on.

Rachel E
Will never order from anywhere else!!

I planted 19 roses from Heirloom Roses in 2023. My roses were in the ground 6/21, and I had my first bloom 6/29 (Marmalade Skies). By 7/16 (yesterday), all 19 plants have at least 1 bud - about half are actively blooming. One of my Earth Angel plants was two bare sticks when planted, and now is full of foliage with multiple buds. Everyone is shocked at how quickly and prolifically these roses are growing. All of the blooms so far have been small and the colors are not quite what they will eventually be, but this is to be expected. The more blooms each plant has, the closer to the picture they are getting. I cannot wait to see my rose garden next summer - and many summers to come!

I am in the PNW, zone 8b. I underestimated how large a 2'x2' hole was, lots of digging. I used the Get Growing Bundle with manure, mint compost, bone meal, and fish fertilizer. Mixed natural soil with peat moss and organic rose soil. Set up a drip irrigation system which gives plants 1 gal per morning during these hot months, will back off as the plants establish.

Seafoam (3) - 1 is covered in white blooms, 2 covered in buds
Marmalade Skies (3) - 2 bushes covered in blooms, 1 covered in buds
Charles Darwin (2) - buds on both
Playboy (2) - 2 blooms on 1, buds on other
Dancing in the Wind (2) - 1 covered in blooms, 1 budding
Bonica (2) - both blooming
Earth Angel (2) - buds just starting
Peter Mayle (1) - first bloom was almost white!
Celestial Night (2) - small buds on both

Non stop bloomer

I love the color of this rose. It has such a gorgeous purple color. It constantly has blooms and isn't stopped by all the heat or humidity.

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