Zephirine Drouhin rose bush is a superior old-fashioned climbing rose that produces lush, cerise-pink blooms that are deliciously fragrant! Introduced in 1868, this hardy climbing rose also performs well in shady garden areas making it an ideal choice when landscaping a north facing wall, or a garden area with little direct sunlight. Blooms peak in the late spring and return again in the fall. The semi-double pink flowers are formed in loose bouquets creating a show-stopping mass effect.
The rich, dark green foliage (coppery-purple when young) is very mildew-resistant, and the canes are thornless, making it great for planting where traffic is heavy or children are nearby.
We've made growing beautiful roses easier with our 1.5 gallon fiber containers. Just unwrap, plant the fiber pot directly in the soil, water and enjoy. That's it! No more struggling with bare root roses.
Ships from our licensed farm and plant nursery in Oregon. This is an own-root rose.
PESTICIDE-FREE: All of our plants are grown with sustainable methods.
MATURE SIZE: 10-12 feet High x 6-8 feet Wide
USDA HARDINESS: Zones 5-9
SHIPPED IN: 1.5 gallon fiber container actively growing
FRAGRANCE: Strong damask rose
COLOR: Cerise pink
BLOOM SIZE: Double blooms with 35+ petals per bloom
FOLIAGE: Deep green
GROWS BEST IN: Full sun with well-drained soil, BUT will tolerate shade!