Pretty in Pink Eden Climber®
Pretty In Pink Eden
Pretty In Pink Eden
Pretty In Pink Eden
Pretty in Pink Eden Climber®

Pretty in Pink Eden Climber®

$63 Regular price
Tag or Stake

Pretty In Pink Eden exhibits all of the same great qualities of the Eden Rose but is deep pink in color. She has slightly more petals than Eden and has a gentle fragrance. Pretty In Pink Eden performs well on its own roots and is just as vigorous and resistant to disease as its parent. Expect this delightful, reblooming Climber to be about 10-11’ tall. Her blossoms will be extremely full, and she holds her magenta color well against shiny, green foliage. It’s easy to see why she has so many 5-star reviews! We love choosing Pretty in Pink Eden to train on a fence or wall in the garden.

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
Alternate Name(s) Rosa ‘Margaret Mae’
Bloom Types Very Full
Color Pink
Specific Color Deep 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°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2015
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 6'

Pretty in Pink Eden Climber®

Black Tag
Black Stake
Pink Tag
Pink Stake
Add To Cart

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Sleep, Creeps, Leaps

I ordered my Pretty in Pink Rose last year and received it defoliated. It was healthy and bright green. I loved how it came in. I planted her in a 30x30x30 planter I had built. She grew some last year no budding and few leaves. I was worried at first but allowed nature to take it’s courts. This season 2024 Pretty in Pink took off, She grew so much and had reached the top of the arbor. So much new growth and I was shocked to see buds and her bloom. What an amazing rose. Understand Pretty in Pink focus on building a root system first year. She starts to grow a lot and you may have some blooms the following year. I can’t wait for year three to see what she does.

So Happy!

I purchased this rose one year ago. Last summer she took off with several hardy canes and deep green leaves.
There were no blooms last year, however, this year she took off.
Many sturdy canes and multiple roses on each cane.
My photography really does not do her justice.
Everyone in the neighborhood is talking about her.
I do wish that she had a stronger scent.

Mila McCracken
fast growing rose

I received my two pp eden rose a month and a half ago and I just planted it in the container for now coz I'm still doing some work in my yard. Received it leafless but looks very healthy. I was surprised to see that my two eden rose already producing flower buds now and it grows faster than my other bare roots that I planted 2 month's ago. I'm so glad that I ordered my pp eden from Heirloom, I will be buying again in the future. Thank you so much Heirloom.

Starting to grow wonderfully!

I was a little worried to plant roses in the heat of the summer. This rose arrived with no leaves, and fairly small branches. It's been in the ground for a month or so, and is growing beautiful green leaves. It seems happy - I'm sure aided by following the planting instructions exactly. I'm very excited for it to start climbing the fence, and eventually flower!

Kathy Lantz
Nice but slightly damaged in shipping

The plants were mostly good. A couple beaches were bruised at the base and died the first week. So, they are slow to grow. Fingers crossed

You may also like