CL Iceberg

Type: Climbing Roses

The continual blooming sport of the outstanding Floribunda, `Iceberg'. In the spring it is covered with clouds of pure white 3", semi-double blooms exuding a honey fragrance. 20-25 petals.

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Alternate Name(s) CL Fée des Neiges
Specifc ARS Score 8.4
Bloom Type Semi-Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Fragrance, Shade
Specific Color White
Country of Origin England
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant Yes
Approximate Size 8 - 10' X 6'
Year 1968


Customer Reviews (11)

Iceberg FanReview by White rose garden
I like this rose so much for our zone 9b Florida location that I have three of them. It is a frequent bloomer and least susceptible to black spot. The leaves are pretty too. I found that it blooms very well with frequent ground cover of eggshells and coffee grounds. (Posted on 12/8/2017)
Very Pleased with this RoseReview by Grandy
I do not have a green thumb when it comes to Roses but I took a deep breath and decided to give it another try. Rose when it arrived this spring was very healthy-it actually had a bud on it! I snipped the bud off and planted it a few day's after arrival so it could acclimate. I am sitting at my desk right now with a vase of white roses from this plant! The scent is lovely and the rose is now about 5 ft. tall and thriving! Because we have clay soil I did plant it in a raised mound to try to protect it from too much moisture. In Oklahoma gardening is not easy since we can have extreme heat and extreme drought but so far so good! (Posted on 10/11/2017)
Easy, Tough RoseReview by Cherish
I ordered two of these just few months ago to climb on my arbor. They grow so fast, healthy and tough! Even when I transfered them to another location. I love these roses! (Posted on 10/6/2017)
Snow Flakes.Review by Kenneth Leary Taylor
My Iceberg is in a container on my deck.When it blooms ,it is like a freshly new snowfall.Each bloom is a unique snowflake.Cut and place each in a small vessel.They take a while before melting.Enjoy. (Posted on 8/27/2017)
No thorns, extremely easy to grow, near constant bloomsReview by Al
My neighborhood in San Diego (a few miles inland) has these roses in nearly every yard. They are EXTREMELY easy to grow. And virtually thorn free. They are a delicate bush with thin stalks that bloom almost constantly. Take very little attention. I fertilized once per month for 3 months and had to stop! The bush was getting over 5 feet tall! These roses look fantastic when you have 3 to 5 clustered in a row or in a grouping. (Posted on 7/5/2017)
Already blooming!Review by Jill
I received this rose in early May and planted it within a few weeks of getting it. So it has only been in the ground maybe 2-3 weeks and it already has several beautiful blooms. It is taking to its spot in the garden with lots of new growth. I can't wait to see how it evolves. The roses are pure white and spectacular. (Posted on 6/13/2017)
A winning white climberReview by MelloB
My Climbing Iceberg is now 9 years old and it is the most spectacular rose in my garden! Tolerates about 1/2 day of sun, watering restrictions and neglect and is just beyond gorgeous and so health. Highly, highly recommend this rose and the hardiness of own-root heirlooms. (Posted on 5/14/2017)
Perpetual bloomsReview by Robin
Loaded with white blooms all summer long, fast growing and gorgeously crisp white. Not too many thorns, beautiful leaves. I live in Salt Lake City and have a row of them along my home east facing. I lost a few of them this past winter when it was exceptionally cold. I will never leave them exposed to the elements again. I will create a cyclinder around them and fill it up with mulch at the bottom and then bark. When the frost is over I will lift the cylinder and the mulch and bark will flow out around it. Voila. Ready for Springtime! (Posted on 5/10/2017)
It's beautiful climberReview by Carol
I've had two in 30 years of growing roses. It blooms all summer long, only blooms on old wood. If you live south of Zone 6b I highly recommended it.

I lost two grafted roses during winter 2003-2004 & a replacement I planted in April 2006 to this past winter.
I have two climbing roses in my cart & reading all I can about both. Iceberg is first rose to show signs of blackspot.
We have had three very hard winters on roses. I am trying more own root roses instead of roses budddd on rootstock.
Yes, this is on list of the two I'm trying To decide for replacements. The

(Posted on 6/10/2016)
Wonderful roseReview by Barbara
I purchased this last year to replace the one I left behind when I moved and it's doing great. The rose made it through winter (zone 6) without a problem and is already starting to bud out. It has a slight fragrance, no disease problems and a wonderful snow white with a hint of pink in certain temperatures. This rose is easy to grow and has been problem free for me. You can't beat roses from Heirlooms. They have a good root system established and are healthy virus free roses. I had to contact customer service to change something and they were on it in a heartbeat. Wonderful place to buy great roses. (Posted on 3/12/2016)
wonderful rose!Review by Hope
I bought several of these last spring. Planted them in May in SW VA. They went along a metal fence in a rather exposed area that gets tons of afternoon sun. They were small plants so I didn't think they would do much the first year but they exploded with growth! some of the canes reached 5 feet tall and there were tons of blooms all summer and even through the fall! We had a hard winter with lots of snow for our area but I wrapped them in burlap and banked compost up around the base in the fall. there was a bit of winter damage but they all survived and look good. They are already starting to get leaf buds. I am really looking forward to this summer to see how beautiful they are!. I am not sure which roses you are trying to decide between but I don't think you can go wrong by picking this one. (Posted on 3/28/2015)

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