Sally Holmes
Sally Holmes, Cl.
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.
Class
Shrub/Climber
Color
Buff buds open pure white
Height/Habit
Pillar/climber of 6 to 12 feet
Bloom/Size
Large, single, in large clusters
Petal Count
5 to 8
Fragrance
Slight
Hybridizer
Holmes—1976
Parentage
Ivory Fashion x Ballerina
Comments
Good in most temperatures. Deeper bud color when cool.