Crépuscule
crepuscule
Crépuscule
Crépuscule
crepuscule

Crépuscule

$50 Regular price
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  • Fragrance
  • Thornless/Nearly Thornless

Double 4" blooms of rich apricot with ruffled petals that open to reveal rich golden centers. This repeat blooming nearly thorn-less rose can be grown as a climber or a shrub.

More Information

Rose Type Noisettes
SKU NO760 GALLON
Bloom Type Double
Characteristic Fragrance, Thornless/Nearly Thornless
Color Apricot
Specific Color Apricot
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1904
Approximate Size 7' x 8' - 9'

Crépuscule

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Juli
crepuscule

I just received and planted out this rose, along with several others. It's too early to report on blooms, but all my plants arrived in good condition and are a good size. I can't wait to see them take off!!

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Jessica T.
Gorgeous

I misread the zone info on this rose and bought it last year when it’s not rated for my zone 5b. I covered it last winter with all the rest of my new roses and it died all the way down to the ground. I thought for sure it was done, but it started to put out some leaves and some baby canes and is trying its hardest to grow. I doubt it’ll survive another winter, but while it was thriving last summer it puts out the most divine, pale pink blooms in the loveliest shapes. I’m incredibly sad it probably won’t make it, it was my favorite!

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Lynn K.
Beautiful R. crepuscule

I purchased this wonderful fragrant rose some years ago. The flowers are sensational and abundant, and this rose is healthy and vigorous. Heirloom Roses has never disappointed: six of their roses are in my garden and they are addictive!

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Denise G.
Beautiful arching canes of small coral-to-cream roses

I have had Crepuscule for a year, and it is a vigorous climber that puts out hundreds of beautiful little roses (mine are roughly 3 inches across) that start out a delicate peachy pink and fade slowly to cream.

New foliage is a showy burgundy, aging to deep green and olive depending on sun.

Tolerates 10+ hours direct sun in Upstate SC with little complaint, barring some burnt outer petals during the height of summer.

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Cynthia W.
Beautiful climber

The flower color of this rose is gorgeous and my young plant is covered in its first season. I wish i could post a picture to show you. It lives is Southern California. Doing extremely well! I am trying to figure out how to find or create more areas to add more of this rose around my house.

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