Rosa ‘Iceberg’

(Iceberg Rose )

By May 18, 2019
Rosa 'Iceberg' - Iceberg Rose

About Rosa ‘Iceberg’ 

The Rosa ‘Iceberg’ is a popular, quick growing variety that can be trained into a tree or to a shrub. The tree form grows 3-4 feet on top of a 3 feet trunk while the shrub form grows up to 3 feet tall. You can expect the tree to reach 3 feet wide while the shrub fills out to 4 feet wide. From late Spring to early Fall this variety is heavily adorned with 2-4″ white blooms and yellow centers. Its showy blooms are held up by thick, virtually thornless stems and glossy green leaves.

Where to plant

Be sure to plant the Iceberg Rose tree or bush in full sun. They look great planted in a row, all on its own as an ornamental plant, as borders, in containers, or even hedges; just about anywhere .

Care Instructions

The Rosa ‘Iceberg’ needs water regularly to keep the soil from completely drying out. In extreme heat or hotter climates, water more regularly. Interestingly, the Rosa ‘Iceberg’ is known to be disease resistant and resistant against extreme heat.

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Botanical Name: Rosa Iceberg

Common Name: Iceberg Rose

Average Landscape Size: Tree: 3-7' x 3' , Bush: 3' x 4'

Plant Type: Deciduous

Bloom Color: White

Foliage Color: Green

Forms: Tree or Bush

Sizes: 1 Gallon, 5 Gallon

Special Features: Low Maintenance, Showy Spring Flowers, Good For Container Or Ground Planting, Hedging Plant, Ornamental Plant,