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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

'ICEBERG'

The ROSE that loves to bloom.  I have two large Iceberg floribundas in my rose garden.  One I bought and one that started from a small branch that I dropped while pruning. The next year the branch was a small plant.  Today four years later it is a full grown mature plant.  The profuse blooms are amazing.  The plants bloom all summer long and the white color is just beautiful.

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Betty

11 comments:

  1. That rose is scrumptious. Such a soft white, bet it smells as good as it looks.

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  2. A truly stunning white rose. I love all roses no matter the color.

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  3. Betty, these are beautiful. I love this rose and have such an affinity for white roses. I also want to plant 'Garden Party' that I learned about from Beverly of Pink Saturday.

    Also, that is awesome how you got a second rose from a clipping one the ground. You have good soil!

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  4. Betty,
    What a pretty rose. Beautiful!
    Robin

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  5. Mmmm, I think I can smell them from here!

    Tink *~*~*

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  6. Oh My gosh I want that rose in my rose garden! Its gorgeous! You say the other one started by a branch you had clipped off? Amazing... Are they fragrant? I just love your post!

    ~Really Rainey~

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  7. Hi Betty, I love white and yellow roses the best. This one is beautiful. Wonder if it will grow in my area. I'll check it out.
    I'm following you now so I'll be back.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  8. Betty, This lovely rose is aptly named. Snowy and showy! It hardly look real. And good for you, using a branch and creating another rose bush. What did you graft it to?
    Stunning!
    Yvonne

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  9. Betty-That rose was just meant to be--springing up from a clipping! It's so gorgeous. I think I would try it again! White roses are my favorite.

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