French for "dream of gold", this lovely, graceful climber lives up to its name with ease.
It is especially recommended for use on porch pillars, where the pendulous, globular flowers can be seen and appreciated more easily.
Once trained up and established ‘Rêve d’Or’ will display for its admirers a wealth of large, loosely double, buff yellow roses with a rich Noisette perfume.
It blooms all season, and we enjoy its autumn performance as well as in Spring.
Mine clambers over the roof of my gazebo and we can see the blooms from our
dining room window on the days the weather isn't nice enough to walk down the path.
Bred in France, and released onto the market in 1869