Sally Holmes

Unlike any rose you've seen, Sally gives huge clusters that resemble Hydrangea heads—filled with buff-colored buds that open to white single flowers. Despite their frail appearance, the blooms last well even in heat. Vigorous, disease resistant and very free flowering. Blooms on new wood. Good in most temperatures. Deeper bud color when cool.

General Information

  • Class Climber
  • Plant Habit Pillar, climber of 6 to 12 feet
  • Plant Height 6' to 12'
  • Plant Width 3' to 5'
  • Foliage Color Glossy, dark green
  • Flower Color Buff buds open pure white?
  • Flower Size Large
  • Flower Form Single, in large clusters
  • Petal Count 5 to 8
  • Parentage Ivory Fashion x Ballerina
  • Hybridizer Robert Holmes
  • Intro Year 1976
  • Introduced By Fryer's Roses/Fryer's Nurseries Ltd. (UK)