Crepuscule - Climbing Rose

Crepuscule - Climbing Rose

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Crepuscule is our most popular climbing/rambling rose which freely produces the most amazing flushes of clusters of apricot blooms which fade to cream and literally smother the bush with flowers throughout the season on relatively thornless canes.  

This highly versatile rose can be used to cover arches, adorn fences of variable height and is so easy to maintain because of the beautiful flexible canes.  

Maintenance is extremely easy too ... prune mechanically!  Fertilize the rose regularly to enjoy the display of dark red/crimson foliage which makes a beautiful foil for the creamy apricot blooming display!  

Gorgeous rose!

  • Very highly recommended climbing/rambling rose
  • Few thorns on flexible canes
  • Free flowering over an extended season
  • Extremely high health rose


Potted roses supplied in 20cm (8”) pots throughout the year.

2024 Season Roses will be available for pre-order soon.

Gift wrapped, personalised card and packaged in custom designed box (No flowers in winter) - low postage

Climbing Rose

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Crepuscule Climbing Rose

    Published by Margie on 16th Jul 2020

    Hi Gra and Co
    Crepuscule Climbing Rose arrived in Sydney well packaged and in great nick. Planted after soaking in seasol solution after a few hours. So far so good

  • 5
    Specimen arrived in excellent condition

    Published by Mark on 11th Jun 2020

    Specimen arrived in excellent condition

  • 5
    Crepuscule climbing rose

    Published by Jo Scott on 3rd Jun 2020

    Very well packed and an extremely good specimen. I am delighted.

  • 5
    Crepuscule climbing rose

    Published by Unknown on 2nd Jun 2020

    Bare-rooted roses arrived promptly in sturdy packaging with clear instructions. These roses were not available from a number of other suppliers so I was very pleased to be able to buy some.

  • 4

    Published by Kathy McLean on 14th May 2020

    We have a redbrick house which isn't the most attractive thing, but the combination of Crepuscule and Lamarque climbing over it has made it look magnificent! No perfume, alas, but a lovely rose, easy to manage (not as vigorous as Lamarque thank goodness), gorgeously romantic in the garden and nice for a day or so in a vase.