Red Eden
Red Eden
Red Eden®
Red Eden
Red Eden
Red Eden

Red Eden®

$58 Regular price
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A great companion for the very popular Climbing Rose Eden. Red Eden® produces very large, extremely double, old fashioned, 5" blooms with 100+ petals of rich, crimson red. Her blossoms are produced in good numbers on a very vigorous plant with semi-glossy, dark green foliage. This Climber prefers full sun, not too much rain, and produces beautiful hips in the fall.

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC876 GALLON
Bloom Type Very Full
Breeder Code MEIdrason
Characteristic Fragrance
Color Red
Specific Color Red
Fragrance Very 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 2004
Approximate Size 10' x 5'

Red Eden®

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Customer Reviews

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Laiba
Amazing

Got this as a gift for my best friend's grandmother. Arrived earlier than expected, in amazing condition, and is now flourishing in the Texas heat. Will definitely be buying from Heirloom again!

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R.W.
Very Popular - in New Home!

OK, I had this rose for three years and she never did anything for me but send out lovely buds that never opened and stayed closed on their canes, gradually browning and falling off. I had her in a rather shady spot, but since I had no sunny locations left for a climbing rose, I dug her up last fall and gave her to my neighbor. He promptly planted her along his western-facing fence-line and I watch jealously as she blooms gorgeous red buds that open beautifully for him and get huge compliments from all who see them. I could scream! I guess all she needed was a lot more sun. My bad/so sad. :( But, I'm glad she's doing so well in her new home, getting more sunlight.

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Ludmila Blackford
Pride of my garden

Red Eden …. One of the first rose in my two years old garden . The most gorgeous rose I have seen in my life ! First year was planted grew fast with strong steams and showing juice red full flowers and they grows not less then 15-20 together in heavy buckets I’d show in my photos I have been sending everywhere. The scents are not strong. But in my little experience I know - need more time for the plant become mature I love this rose very much and order another for my front , on the corner of my house. There is Eden rose on the front of my house by the enter door with delicate pinkish. Creamy colors flowers - another beauty They look amazingly in harmony together. making the people stop

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Robert B.
Glorious, fragrant, and robust

I've had this rose two years now and wanted to finally leave a review after I've had some experience. This rose is just gorgeous. Sprays of thickly-petaled blooms come in regular flushes. It is vigorous--in two years I've had 6'-7' of growth. I've been trying to pillar mine but the canes are a bit thick (almost an inch on one of them) so I'm just sort of growing it up an obelisk and letting it do its thing. Mine shoots up canes regularly and fast. In two years I have a fully climbing Red Eden here in Portland, Oregon.

There was zero fragrance on this one until today (late July, 2022). Several flushes of gorgeous blooms since it was planted, but not an ounce of fragrance. And I was disappointed. Now we have had several days of hot weather and humid, warm nights and it is so intensely fragrant--I was stunned. It smells like gorgeous old rose--and it's not subtle. It seems like with any rose, it takes maturity, plant size, and the right weather conditions and you will get the wonderful fragrance.

The plant itself is also extremely pretty. Dark, glossy foliage that has vivid red new growth and purplish stems. Just stunning to look at. I've had almost no disease whatsoever. When others were covered in powdery mildew and blackspot, this had it on one or two leaves--right next to the diseased ones. That's pretty impressive. In our extremely wet spring this year some of the blooms did ball. But just some.

Mine is in full sun. The blooms are mostly red, but they have that carmine color to it so I would not describe it as a true red like you'd see in Firefighter Rose or Alec's Red--it's a bit brighter. So yes, it can appear to be pinker/magenta, but it is clearly a red rose by any standard. Some days it looks like a deep blood red and other days it leans more magenta. No complaints on it here.

Excellent rose. Big thumbs up. And a very healthy specimen from Heirloom too. Thank you!

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pranathi P.
Not red color actually but beautiful

There were beautiful blooms with in first 2 months of planting in Austin,Tx when I planted them in July mid summer 2021 it survived the heat. I planted it east facing with 8 hrs of sun min. My only disappointment is that blooms were like magenta pink not red at all. I chose a place planned to see red blooms to appear but unfortunately they turned pink otherwise it’s very healthy and grew faster than my other color eden rose plant I bought from them Wish I could post the color of the flowers that actually bloomed. I would like to know from others if blooms are actually red or kind of pink ?

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