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Iceberg Climbing Rose
The world's best landscape rose is now a climber!
34432.jpgIceberg Climbing Rose

Iceberg Climbing Rose

Item # 34432
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Gorgeous white blooms with a pink blush in the center.

Elegant, arching branches.
Oh, what a long-lived, flower-happy joy this carefree climber is! 'Iceberg' has been a favorite in the landscape for years as a shrub, but this climbing form may be even better! The long, arching canes yield hundreds of fragrant appleblossom-to-white blooms over a long season, and the big, generous habit enables you to blanket a wall, cover an arbor, or create an eye-popping accent in any setting!

'Iceberg' is a Floribunda Rose, considered by many to be the finest white of all in its shrub form. Floribundas often do not make good climbers, but from the moment 'Iceberg' was introduced in 1968, the raves have just been getting louder and more enthusiastic! The flowers are 2 inches across, borne very freely on long canes, and many have a whisper-pink center that accentuates the snowy petal tips. The scent is sweet and generous, perfuming the entire garden on a warm summer's day!

Reaching 12 to 15 feet tall and 7 to 9 feet wide, 'Iceberg' is ideal for arbors, walls, fences, outbuildings, and other sturdy structures. Since it blooms on old wood only, it will produce more flowers with age, increasing your pleasure each year (and saving you a lot of time with the pruning shears!). Zones 4-9.

Genus Rosa
Variety 'Iceberg'
Item Form 2-Quart
Zone 4 - 9
BloomStartToEnd Early Summer - Late Summer
Habit Climbing
PlantHeight 12 ft - 15 ft
PlantWidth 7 ft - 9 ft
BloomSize 2 in
Additional Characteristics Flower, Fragrance
Bloom Color Light Pink, White
Bud Shape Long, Pointed
Foliage Color Glossy, Light Green
Fragrance Moderate
Light Requirements Full Sun
Uses Ornamental, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers
Restrictions Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Average Based on 1 Reviews Write a Review
Bobbi from OR wrote (November 30, 2014):
This rose is so easy to grow and it's beautiful. Grows into a beautiful rose with plenty of softly scented blooms. Unless you count aphids one year they don't have too many problems if any. I live where it is below 0 to above 100 degrees and the Iceberg roses don't seem to mind as long as all its requirements are meant. Iceberg is a great rose both the climbing and the bush.
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