New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn
New Dawn

New Dawn™

$55 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Fragrance
  • Pollinator Friendly
  • Partial Shade
  • Cutting

In 1997 'New Dawn' was voted the most popular rose in the world at the 11th World Convention of Rose Societies, and she deserves it. She produces silvery, blush-pink, 3" full flowers with 35-40 petals on a great, repeat blooming plant. New Dawn is versatile enough to be grown as a Shrub or a Climber. She is a prolific repeat bloomer with a delightful, strong fragrance. New Dawn can tolerate colder temps down to zone 4 and also doesn’t mind dappled shade. A win all around!

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
Bloom Types Full
Characteristic(s) Fragrance, Pollinator Friendly, Partial Shade, Cutting
Color Pink
Specific Color Light pink
Fragrance Very Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 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 1930
Approximate Size 11'+ x 9' - 10'

New Dawn™

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Black Stake
Pink Tag
Pink Stake
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Customer Reviews

Based on 66 reviews
Doing great in zone 6A

My New Dawn Roses are doing amazing. I have one that I purchased 3 years ago that is growing along a picket fence and is very healthy. I was so impressed with New Dawn that I purchased 2 more last year and they are doing amazing as well.

Disappointed Year One; Hopeful Year Two

Bought two plants. Both grew year one but neither bloomed. Am hopeful now that they are better established they will bloom.

2.5 hrs direct morning light and bright ambient light 6hrs

It’s doing great. It doesn’t care that it doesn’t get enough light, it’s leafing out wonderfully. And there’s a trellis for it so it will eventually get 6+ hrs of sun once it breaks over the hight of the fence. But I was worried that it wouldn’t get enough light to grow up from down on the ground in the first place. But it’s doing great! Portland, Oregon. North facing hill.

Waiting for blooms

I planted this rose, my first climbing rose back in June of this year. It is climbing slowly up a trellis I positioned behind it. I am using ties as the branches want to grow sideways rather than up. The round leaves seem smaller than any of my other roses. Still no blooms. I'm guessing I'll have to be patient as others have indicated in their reviews that it takes this climbing rose a year or two for them to bloom.

Susan Monaghan
What is old is new again

I had begun a search for a Dr. Van Fleet rose. My grandfather had this at their house. My father moved part of it to our house. But I couldn’t find a source for it. And I was saddened, until I read the information on the Nee Dawn. She is a hybrid of the Van Fleet, but lovely in her own right. I received a very healthy sample. Once planted a few weeks ago, she began to grow vigorously. I will see her true colors next year. I am very pleased.

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