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Photo of Rose Iceberg

More rosarians list Iceberg in their top twenty roses than any other rose. It's because Iceberg, although it cranks out flowers like a Tostitos factoy cranks out chips (see also 'we'll make more') it manages to stay vigorous and disease free. All this and fragrance, too. A little.

As one can see from the photo, Iceberg is well branched - as is true for most Hybrid Musks. And if one needs a mass-planting of white it's just the ticket. ARS members give it a stellar 8.8.

There is also a climbing version which appears to be equally impressive at making flowers.

Kordes, Germany 1958
Iceberg Climbing | Gourmet Popcorn
Zone 4-9
Ballerina | Felicia | Sea Foam | Elmshorn
Floribunda or Hybrid Musk
Digital Camera: Fuji Finepix 2800
Rose: SRB Garden in NJ, May 2003
Image and Text: Copyright S.R. Brubaker 2003. All rights reserved.