$50 Regular price
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  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

Bring a Hawaiian touch to your garden with Aloha. Her fully double, 4-5" flowers feature 60+ petals in perfect symmetrical form and delightfully rich, rose-pink coloring with a darker magenta reverse. Her blooms are produced on a sturdy, upright plant with glossy, dark green, disease-resistant foliage. Aloha is perfect for smaller gardens or an area tight on space as she climbs extremely upright. We love her as an addition to a vertical cut flower garden!

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
Bloom Types Quartered
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Rich rose pink with a slightly darker magenta reverse
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1949
Approximate Size 9' - 10' x 6'


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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Perfect rose petals - Aloha

I purchased Aloha along with Zéphirine Drouhin, America™, Dream Come True™. I live in Seattle, WA (Hardiness Zone 9).

By far the fastest to shoot new branches and bloom among the four. I planted them in first week of April 2024. Although it could get amazing sunlight in the location I planted, Seattle this year has had a gloomy summer so far. Still, within 60 days, it already bloomed 3 flowers and still has 4 more unopened buds.

The buds are a bright reddish pink petal. It gradually lightens to baby pink when it opens, with a 'nerves' like pattern on the petals. As the flower ages the pink pales down further with the pattern completely disappearing. The flowers in it's very first year are huge. My most favorite part is how the petals curl to give sharp corners.

I used Heirloom's aged cow manure, work castings, bone meal and compost from a local nursery when planting it in ground. I'm also feeding it Fish fertilizer once every 3-4 weeks. I notice sudden growth in the plant in the week following fish fertilizer feed.

I had issues with Aphids (noticed between petals of an unopened bud). I initially hosed it with jet speed water and manually brushed it off the buds. This solved the issue for now. I added Lady bug lures and am still in a lookout for aphid control. may be buy Lady bugs.

Ruth C.
Thriving in Tennessee

I planted this rose next to a Dublin Bay rose, both from Heirloom Roses. I have about an acre of backyard surrounded by chain link fencing to keep my two German Shepherds. I would rather see roses than fencing, and in the short time I’ve had these roses, they have tripled their size! They get indirect morning sun until around 10am and full sun the rest of the day. Because of abnormally high temperatures and extremely heavy rain falls this year, I was concerned about the baby roses developing rot or some other blight, but they are extremely healthy and thriving!

Perfect & Beautiful scented climber.

We are in Zone 6/7 Ocean County NJ
I needed to replace one of my Aloha climbing roses because cable workers trampled one during a neighbor's repair. I could only find it on Heirloom Thanks for being there, and my new Aloha is doing very well although not blooming this season. I followed your directions and not only is my new climber doing beautifully, but my existing one is looking so much healthier and has bloomed several times during the summer months.

LInda M.
Best Roses Ever

I live in Zone 10 (is that the hottest one ?) After acclimating the roses for two weeks, they were ready to be planted in an area that's not too hot, and we don't get freezing weather, and it gets it's six hours of sunshine (possibly a little more.) The Aloha has put out so many leaves and has one small bud ready to spring into life. I am very impressed with the hardiness of Aloha. It has the promise of beautiful roses to come, Cannot wait !

Jennifer J.
Very Pleased

I'm very impressed with how quickly this climber is growing! And really love the beautiful pink blossoms. I volunteer in a public garden and had this rose ordered for the garden. So it's a double treat for me!

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