White Iceberg Roses!

This lovely girl is often a solid garden workhorse and quite understated, but the way it has been described (e.g., easiest rose to grow, you see it everywhere), one would think that, given many other roses to choose from, it is not worth planting in the garden. But yet that is simply not true.

Certainly there are flashier, more colorful roses to choose from, but really, the white iceberg rose is so graceful and sweet, indeed easy to grow and maintain, and a reliable, heavy flower producer. When my other roses have long faded out, this lovely rose continues to perform. I am contemplating getting more white iceberg roses to fill out the bare areas of my backyard garden. I love white iceberg roses!


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