Masses of white roses climbing up a structure can be stunning. The best and most popular ones include White Dawn, Climbing Iceberg and Sally Holmes. White Dawn climbs to 12 feet, with fragrant, large flowers measuring 3 inches in diameter.What is the best climbing rose for shade?
Old-fashioned varieties, such as floribundas, shrub roses and climbing roses, tend to perform best in such shade. Many of those varieties are related to woodland-dwelling wild roses. Alba roses, hybrid musk roses and David Austin roses or old English roses fare well in partial shade.How much sunlight for climbing roses?
To plant a climbing rose, choose a spot that gets at least 6 hours of sun per day and has plenty of space for the roses to spread out. Once you've picked your spot, chop up the soil with a trowel and mix in several handfuls of compost to give your roses the nutrients they will need.