White Climbing Roses
Looking for White Climbing Roses? View some beautiful climbing white roses, get ideas, and be inspired to plant some of your own!
David Austin Rose - Snow Goose - A short, repeat flowering rambler growing to 8 to 10 ft. It bears sprays of small white pompon flowers, well filled with narrow petals, which gives them a slightly daisy-like appearance. The stems are relatively thornless and straight but they are still easy to train over an arch or across a wall, fence or trellis. Very disease-free and reliable.
Sombreuil 1880 This healthy but thorny climber was previous sold by us as 'Colonial White.’ Its creamy white blooms are very large, flat, and quartered, with a most delicious Tea fragrance. The plant is reportedly free from mildew. This mannerly climber is ideally suited for use as a pillar rose, or training on a low wall, fence, or trellis. 8 to 12 feet Z6-9