Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™
Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™
Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™
Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™

Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner™

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  • Partial Shade
  • Thornless/Nearly Thornless

Thriving in zones 5-10, Everblooming Cl Cécile Brünner produces delicate, small, soft pink, sweetheart buds that open into 2” blooms  with 18+ petals. She is a vigorous, nearly thornless Rambler that can also be grown as a large shrub. Choose this rose for areas with dappled shade or full sun. This rose offers a slight pepper/spice fragrance and is a top loved Rambler. Check out the 5 star reviews to learn why everyone loves her!

More Information

Rose Type Rambling Rose
Bloom Types Double
Characteristic(s) Partial Shade, Thornless/Nearly Thornless
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Lightly 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 Repeat Blooming
Year 1996
Approximate Size 11'+ x 10'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Teri L

I was so excited when I saw you had a Cecile bruener ! My mom had one in her garden and I remember as a child walking under the arbor to get to the clothesline. It was such a fond childhood memory so I had to have one! I was surprised at how fragile it seemed when it arrived but in less than a month it appears to have doubled in size! And it’s already weaving its way up my arbor. I can’t wait to see it’s sweet pale pink blooms. I am so happy with my rose. Thank you for offering it

Judith Efhan

This rose needs monthly care to keep it under control. Not a bad thing, just forewarning. It has thorns, so wear protection. It is a vigorous growing plant. Love mine and it's beautiful in bloom or not. The roses are not suitable for arrangements unless you know they may only last 1 day. And I call it the "monster" 😉 because it grows so fast.

Ling H.
NOT thornless

Chose this rose for a spot next to a walkway because it is described as thornless, but it most certainly is not! Not too many thorns, but the few that are there are pretty vicious. Will have to move it next spring.

Growing vigorously. Some 6-ft canes already. No bloom yet.

Jan B.
Love, love, love this rose!

I grew up with a huge Cecile Brunner that covered the side of our garage and loved the fragrance and petite flower bouquets for my dolls. Wonderful memories! Our children remember several Cecile Brunners on the bank in the back yard and those hardy, healthy beauties gave us many years of worry-free, practically maintenance-free joy until we moved last year; they are still beautiful. We wanted these same roses for our new house, couldn't find them locally, and decided to order on-line. We received two young plants a week ago from Heirloom, unpacked a couple of healthy, vigorous starts and are waiting for the current heat spell to break before we put them in the ground in a few more days. The nearly leafless shoots are popping out new leaves all over and already have three buds. Heirloom quality did not disappoint! Thank you!

Kristen H.
My first love!

I purchased this rose many years ago to accent my white picket fence and arbor. It was my very first rose plant. Over the years it grew and grew. So pretty! Very little care. Always had blooms. My children named this rose the fairy rose as it is a small delicate bloom.
Can't say enough good things about this rose. It was the start of my rose obsession.
I mived to N. CA now own 40 plus different varieties of roses all purchased from my favorite nursery Heirloom Roses.