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HEIRLOOM’S OWN! Dreaming is a beautiful, continuous blooming Rambler Rose from our breeding program. Her delicate, simple, five petaled, single, 1 ½” blooms have oversized golden centers that make an eye-catching standout in the garden and exude a gentle fragrance. Dreaming does best in zones 6-10 and will grow up to 11’ tall. She is a favorite of pollinators too!

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Rose Type Rambling Rose
Bloom Types Single
Breeder Code CLEdream
Characteristic(s) Pollinator Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2006
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 7' - 8'


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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Barb K NV
This Dreaming Baby is growing like gangbusters without any fussing!

Hustling to finishing planting here in zone 7 in N. NV, before fall weather starts. The husband just dumped the sticks that were this little future rose, into the sandy slope we are landscaping. Did a little soil amendment, and acidified the pH to a neutral 7, instead of just using our native alkaline sand-'soil'.

Dreaming took off a few days after being in our sandy slope, that has hot, dry, intense, high altitude desert sun exposure all day.........and took off like gangbusters! She sprouted four healthy canes full of healthy green leaves and has not stopped yet (3 weeks later). Due to some change in our desert climate, just in time for Labor Day, we got clobbered by high winds, clouds, and now rain for the past two days....we might make an inch, maybe? (big deal for us in the desert) And all our Heirloom roses, are seeming to enjoy this kind of weather, guess the clouds and rain/humidity remind them of home up in Oregon?

As for Dreaming, I can't wait to see how long she will stretch out on our sandy slope. I am hoping all the roses we plant on our sandy slope will help us with erosion as they stretch out and reach deep over time. Erosion has become a big problem here in our rural area, since we had over five feet of snow for four months last winter. If it wasn't for the big trees and other plants holding onto our sand, we would have slid downhill. So now I will have beautiful roses that also work for our erosion-saving efforts. What a treat!

M. E. Taylor
For the bee's

I bought this single rose because I have a pollenator garden and I wanted to provide for the bee's. So many people have grass and shrubs for easy care. So I have a cottage garden to provide for birds, butterfly's and the bee's that help our farms. But this rose took off and bloomed within weeks and I love the simplicity of the flower. It is so prolific with blooms, it is like a bridal bouquet. The blooms are such a lovely shape with yellow centers, an ivory white base and tipped in bridesmaids pale pink. It looks delicate and feminine but it is hardy and no black spot which I really appreciate because I'm an organic gardener and don't spray.

Maryann O.
Fantastic small rose

Love this rose. So much fun. Blooms its head off. The small size of the blooms...Just incredible.

Slow to bloom

Hi to everyone from California in Zone 8. Dreaming is growing well, but has not put forth any flowers so far. Just got this rose bush this season and added it to my multitude of other rose bushes, most of whom have been doing quite well, Unfortunately, this plant does not seem to be inclined to bloom, an amazing development since all of my other roses from Heirloom Roses tended to bloom right away, with one exception, Gold Badge, which took 3 SEASONS to bloom! I don't know why, but when it did finally bloom the rose it put out was enormous and beautiful...worth the wait! So, I am willing to wait awhile to see if this girl will wake from her dreams and put out some roses in real life!

Just like the rose Ballerina

This is a small rambler so far . It is beautiful and started blooming right away! I have a shrub rose Ballerina which is blooming too. You cannot tell them apart!

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