Iceberg®

Type: Shrub

All Roses $33

Valid Through 9/27/18

Listed as a shrub rose because we feel it fits here better than the Floribunda class, since it has `Robin Hood' a Hybrid Musk as a parent and its growth habit is like that of a shrub rose. Sam McGredy says `Iceberg' is the finest rose ever developed. Large semi-double 3" blooms (petals 10-12) of pure white borne in absolute abandon on a strong-growing bush with shiny mid-green foliage. Our stock plants were imported from England so that we may offer `Iceberg' virus-free to our customers.

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Regular Price: $39.00

Special Price $33.00

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Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU SH126
Alternate Name(s) Fée des Neiges, Schneewittchen, Sneeuwwitje
Specifc ARS Score 8.5
Bloom Type Double
Breeder Code KORbin
Characteristics Shade
Specific Color White
Country of Origin Germany
Fragrance Lightly 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 5' X 5'
Year 1958

Reviews

Customer Reviews (9)

Italian inspired Review by Mary
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We saw the Iceberg beauties for the first time while vacationing in the Tuscany region of Italy....love at first site and guess what...they love the Lowcountry of South Carolina. A bit of a tug of war with the deer but worth the effort. In your garden or a vase the Iceberg will brighten up your day! (Posted on 9/8/2018)
A very reliable beautiful RoseReview by Michele
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I am in Zone 6B in Camas, WA at about 680 feet in the Cascade Foothills. The Iceberg Rose arrived in late spring and I didn't have high hopes of it starting to bloom for quite a while. I was wrong! The blooms starting coming immediately after planting and that is how it has been ever since. I really enjoy this strong growing unfussy rose. The blooms are very delicate as is the scent and the white color is very pure. Definitely a keeper! (Posted on 9/6/2018)
One of my absolute favoritesReview by Laurie
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I have been growing roses in Southern Maryland (zone 7) for 20 years, and Icebergs are a must have in my garden of approximately 60 varieties. While subject to black spot - a given in my humid climate - they are vigorous growers of delicate lacy foliage, prolific bloomers of sweetly scented self cleaning blooms, and just an all around winner! I bought 2 from Heirloom last year to expand my Iceberg hedge, and they are doing just great! (Posted on 8/23/2018)
Pretty white rose Review by Winifred
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This rose is planted in Central FL zone 9. Already had abundant flowers, small and not much of a fragrance. Nice contrast to Mr Lincoln which is red and highly fragrant. (Posted on 5/30/2018)
Prolific Bloomer!Review by Jill
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I am so pleased with this rose. I planted it in late May of this year. It is now early August and it has had blooms all summer and is really starting to grow nicely in such a short time. I imagine next summer it will really begin to fill the space I chose for it. The roses are just perfect white roses and look good from the time the bud first appears until is fully open and fading. I actually hate to dead head it since the roses still look good but know that I must. If I had the room I would definitely buy more of these. (Posted on 8/6/2017)
ImpressiveReview by Dave F.
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I planted a bunch of roses in my front bed this spring. I planted four of these, following the instructions provided, with bone meal and compost in the hole, and only fish emulsion fertilizer. Three of the four have really taken off. They're probably three feet tall, and have lots of roses. One plant was struggling compared to the rest, as I think I put it in too much shade, so I've recently moved it to a sunnier patch. Even still, that one has shown a few flowers. I'm very impressed with this variety. I couldn't recommend it more highly. (Posted on 8/5/2017)
the garden show offReview by Barbara
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Warning: mine has gotten huge and has taken over about 25 square feet of the garden. It blooms constantly,with blooms covering the entire bush. It is the show off of the garden. It has personality. Give it plenty of space.

(This is a correction of review I just submitted) (Posted on 1/25/2017)
IndestructibleReview by Michelle
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I've had this rose in my garden for 15 years, and it has always bloomed every year all season long like clockwork. I didn't really get into the roses in my garden until last year, so it went 15 years with very little fertilization, pruning or attention. This one is a winner! (Posted on 3/13/2016)
An excellent additionReview by Mecquelch
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I bought this from Heirloom more than five years ago and has survived being moved twice in one season, sitting in a plastic bag for two days, and being moved the next summer. Today, it has the prize spot in my garden and flourishes. I never get tired of looking at it. (Posted on 2/3/2014)

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