Night Owl™
Night Owl
Night Owl
Night Owl
Night Owl

Night Owl™

$50 Regular price
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  • Pollinator Friendly

Reminiscent of 'Sally Holmes,' Night Owl is a deep,  wine-purple Climbing Rose with large clusters of spicy, clove-scented blooms.  Her 4” blossoms have 8-12 petals coming on quickly while holding her deep dramatic color with contrasting bright yellow stamens. Night Owl is a repeat bloomer with high disease resistance and can climb upwards of 10-14’.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
Bloom Type Clustered, Semi-Double
Breeder Code WEKpurosot
Characteristic Pollinator Friendly
Color Purple
Specific Color Purplish/red
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 2005
Approximate Size 10' x 6'

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

I thought this one didn't make it through our harsh winter, but it surprised me and has been blooming recently. The color for me has been bright red and it has a lovely fragrance. Definitely one to consider. I have noticed the local bees enjoy it as do the Japanese Beetles.

Novice Gardener
Large, Healthy Rose!

I received this rose in mid-Sept so have had it about a month. It is SO much larger and healthier looking than any other rose I have purchased from other well regarded and reputable sources. Immediately developed healthy looking new growth after planting. I regret not having purchased my other roses here. I look forward to seeing how this one does in my Iowa/Zone 5 garden but so far it has exceeded expectations!

Healthy & Fast Growing

I purchased the Night Owl rose because my sister used to own one that bloomed vigorously in partial sun under a towering pine tree. It was a giant, sprawling rose that thrived with very little care and it’s burgundy/plum (depending on light) open-faced blooms, with their cheerful yellow centers, covered the entire plant. To top it all off, the fragrance is deeply and intoxicatingly “rose”, like the wild roses that grow in many regions of the U.S.. And like those wild roses, Night Owl has lots of thorns! It’s not my usual color choice for the garden, but is a spectacular addition to any garden. Mine is already growing strong (though still short of course) and budded out after only 4-6 weeks in the ground.

Carolyn S.
Happy rose

This rose is very hardy. I’m in zone 7b and I’ve never babied it and it still blooms every year. My husband even broke off a cane by accident and thru it in some soil and it friggin took off. Now I have another! It’s such a happy looking rose. I have it weaved into a fence. The deer haven’t demolished it but my goats tried a few times! :)

Vigorous Grower

This is a beautiful and uniquely colored rose which grows like there is no tomorrow! I've had this rose for about 7 years now and it is still growing strong, always producing thick strong canes and lots of flowers. The roses are a dark purple, blackish burgandy color where their centers are a bright yellow. Fun rose to have in the garden!

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