She is a sherbet orange rose with a lighter yellow reverse. I think the color is fitting. The hybridizer Gareth Fryer had to get permission from Julie Andrews in order to sell such a rose, so she must like that color. The blooms are on the small side, even for a floribunda. The plant, however, is a great galloping thing with long floppy branches. I think she was happy to move from foggy England to sunny California.
I grew her for a number of years, but I ultimately gave her away since she was straining out of her pot and, at the time, and I didn't have room for her in the ground. Plus, it looked odd to have a great big octopus with little miniflora sized flowers.
Even though the JULIE ANDREWS rose doesn't have a spot in my garden, Julie Andrews will always have a place in my heart.