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  • Partial Shade

We have listed Iceberg as a Shrub rose because we feel it fits here better than the Floribunda class. Iceberg is one of the finest roses ever developed with large, double, 3” blooms with up to 24 petals. Her pure white flowers are borne in absolute abandon on a strong-growing bush with shiny mid-green foliage.

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Rose Type Shrub
Alternate Name(s) Fée des Neiges, Schneewittchen, Sneeuwwitje
Bloom Types Double
Breeder Code KORbin
Characteristic(s) Partial Shade
Color White
Specific Color White
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1958
Approximate Size 5' x 5'


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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Linda S. Bell
Iceburg Rose

I love the iceburg rose. When the leaves came out, buds followed. It has been blooming for some time now. I have never had a rose that has bloomed so quickly.


Not disappointed, iceberg rose arrived in good conditioned after 3 days 1st bloom . I now have several after 2 weeks!
Heirloom roses , a professional well run company. I will definitely order again.

A rose that I would never be without

As a professional garden designer for over 40 years, there are certain plants that have made it into my home gardens. I’m a bit of a snob. I would never choose to be without the rose “ Iceberg” grown on its own root. Mine are actually in part shade, and they do ok. I find that the white blossoms hold up better when they are not cooking on the hot sun. And on their own root, here in Zone 5, they come back pretty reliably when mounded with just a little compost for the winter. I love them as a cut flower and I am currently mixing them with the flowers of Alchemilla and goosenecked loosestrife. They have a delicate fragrance and the dark glossy leaves are pretty reliably disease free. Keep them deadheaded regularly for a pretty steady amount of flowering.

Such a lovely rose!

I had iceberg roses back at my former home in California and I was happy to purchase a couple from Heirloom Roses last year (late winter/early spring 2022). I planted it right away even with temps still going down well into freezing, just really covering this newly planted baby with oak leaves and wrapping them with frost cloth. Both plants came through our North Texas Arctic freeze just fine! They bloomed well for first year babies even where I planted them on the very sunny southern side of our brick home and through 2022's really hot and humid summer. Just give them extra water and they will be happy and bloom mightily for you, even through the first season.

Now in 2023, The iceberg rose which is in the sunniest location is producing its first blooms here in early April. I expect it to take off and grow much bigger since it has had a season in the ground! Sometimes, roses take until their third years to really hit their stride, so don't worry if yours is small for the first two seasons. Iceberg also has a light scent, dainty white petals with ruffled edges coming to a central soft point (soooo pretty!). Iceberg stems look lovely paired with pink roses in a vase, but really any rose. Enjoy!!!

First bloom 11 days after planting!

I ordered 6 iceberg roses to plant a hedge. The plants arrived in wonderful condition. I planted them according to the instructions in the video that was sent with my order confirmation. To my great surprise, the first bloom opened just 11 days after planting. This is my first time planting roses. I am thrilled! So excited to see these grow into a beautiful hedge. Zone 6a.

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