White Dawn
White Dawn
White Dawn
White Dawn
White Dawn
White Dawn

White Dawn®

$50 Regular price
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  • Cutting
  • Fragrance

White Dawn features fully double, ivory white blossoms with golden centers borne continuously and in abundance. Everyone falls in love with her gardenia-like form and long-lasting dark foliage that is nearly evergreen. White Dawn is a strong Climber that will reach heights up to 15’ tall and a width of 6’. This repeat bloomer thrives best in Zones 6-10.

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC732 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) White New Dawn
Bloom Types Very Full
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Fragrance
Color White
Specific Color Ivory White
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 Repeat Blooming
Year 1949
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 6'

White Dawn®

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Customer Reviews

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Yu Z.
Great rose

I bought this rose in November and it was defoliated when it arrived in Dallas. After 2 weeks it started to grow new leaves. To my surprise, it bloomed in January, which was pretty unusual for a newly planted climbing rose. The flower had very elegant fragrance. The outmost petal is white tinted with green. Inner petal is creamy white tinted with pink, which is not identical to the image shown on the website. Overall, it is a great rose!

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Robert D.
White or Pink?

A year has passed since my last review on these roses. I have been looking forward to an almost-white full bloom this year as all three of my roses are healthy, nicely established, vigorously growing. To my shock, last year's almost white-nude flowers all turned to pale pink. As a middle-aged man, I didn't intend to create a pink garden for myself, but will try to live with it. I think it's fair to give 3 stars for not being a true white color, but 5 stars for health, fragrance, vigor, frost-resistance and overall beauty.

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Raymond W.
So far so good!

The fastest grower of all my Heirloom roses. Only a few blooms so far and they aren't as white as I'd hoped but it's only the first year.

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Phil G.
Excellent Customer Service

I bought the rose, and had it shipped to my condo complex, and after a week and a "Delivered" status on tracking, I called customer service, and they got a replacement rose out in the mail. The replacement is settled in and growing; it had a few fragrant white flowers this summer.

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Robert D.
White-blushed

Recently planted three of these beauties. I was expecting clear white blooms, but the buds appeared to be cream color before opening. As the flowers open they turn much paler, the fully open flowers are really close to be white. Luckily they grow in front of a sunny brick wall - so the hint of the apricot-blush warmness actually turned into a very pleasant feature. The first buds and the starting foliage was on the smaller scale, but as the plants grow, so do the size of the foliage and flowers. Can't wait to see how these roses perform by next year.

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