White Eden
White Eden
White Eden Climber®
White Eden
White Eden
White Eden
White Eden

White Eden Climber®

$50 Regular price
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A sport of Eden, White Eden Climber® has the same very full, old-fashioned, globe-shaped blossoms, but in a soft shade of pristine white that takes on a pinkish blush in cool weather. She blooms in flushes throughout the season producing large solitary blossoms of upwards of 100+ petals. She will spread well, so give her ample space to grow.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC597 GALLON
Bloom Type Very Full, Cupped
Breeder Code Meiviowit
Color White
Specific Color White
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 2004
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 4'

White Eden Climber®

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A.
Beautiful and Grows Fast

I planted one year ago and it already produces huge blooms and lots of them! Bloom and vase life is very long! absolutely love this one. Cant wait for it to climb more.

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B.S.
Impressed

After moving my white Eden Climber from a partial shade into a more sunny spot, I had the most beautiful flush of blooms this season. I was amazed at how long the blooms lasted on the plant. It was quite a show. I wonder if it will rebloom in our hot Las Vegas weather (zone 8b). I'm giving it four stars until I see how it reblooms.

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Allysia M.
ASTOUNDING

So I basically can’t express how phenomenal not only this rose is, but Heirloom Roses. I am in Zone 9B, central Florida, and I planted the rose in January. It was pretty cold (50’s), and I planted it anyways given my excitement and the need as they had arrived the week-or-so before. I followed the garden tips video to use the worm castings & we even added a copper wire garden stake just for support since I planted it in January. It started bushing in a week. Popping buds within 2-3 weeks. & we had our first bloom mid-February with others beginning to appear end of February/beginning of March. I water it regularly, and again I followed the video on the Heirlooms website to the letter. This plant is just so beautiful. I love watching the flower cycle through in its colors and shapes, first a white with a peach undertone in a classic rose-shape, then a white with a hint of creamy/peach undertone in its final long-o-like shape. I can’t wait for this to climb up our deck! Just absolutely love this!

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bigvalleygrower
This climber rocks!

Looking forward to this climber just devouring the fence separating us from the neighbor. It took 2 years but worth the wait. Feeding is important.
Adding the Red Eden Climber for contrast.

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Jennifer M
slow grower

This rose is vey slow growing compared to the Eden rose. I got the regular Eden rose gallon a month before I received. the white Eden. It was in a gallon pot but was not as substantial as the first Eden. It is in a bit of shade. I am waiting till spring now to see if it can catch up??

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