Description: Small clusters of semi-double to double, apricot flowers with a strong, sweet fragrance bloom in flushes throughout season, especially in spring and fall; light green foliage with darker shoots; few thorns
Habit: Bushy, vigorous, well-branched, climbing rose grows 6’-12’ tall and 5’-10’ wide
Culture: Prefers full sun and well-drained soil; keep moist until established; fertilize in spring before new growth emerges; deadhead for repeat bloom
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7
‘Crépuscule’ is a Noisette rose bred by Francis Dubreuil in France in 1904. Crépuscule means “twilight” in French. This vigorous rose can be trained to climb a pillar or fence, or grown as a shrub rose. Disease-resistant.