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Iceberg Floribunda Rose Bushes

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  • Height: 1.2m
  • Colour: White
  • Shape: Double
  • Scent: Light, sweet
  • Flowering period: Repeat Jun-Sept
  • Type: Floribunda
  • Easy to grow, shade tolerant
  • Multi-award winning
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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Iceberg Floribunda Rose Bushes

One of the best white roses, Iceberg is a continuous flowerer, producing masses of pure white (occasionally touched with pink towards the end of summer), slightly scented flowers until late in the season. Thanks to their open centred shape, these double blooms are easily accessible to pollinating insects. The buds are elongated and have a faint cream-pink hue. Its disease resistance and general toughness make it a real fool-proof variety. To 1.5 metres / 5'.

See our full range of Floribunda roses. We also grow the climbing form of Iceberg.

Growing Iceberg Roses

A great choice for less than ideal locations, this hardy variety is quite shade tolerant. Because it starts to come to life fairly early in Spring, if you live in the North and there is a bad late frost coming, consider covering it with horticultural fleece to ensure the best first flush.


  • Mostly pure white, occasionally with touches of pink 
  • Clusters of double flowers
  • Light, sweet fragrance
  • Healthy, hardy, vigorous and quite shade tolerant
  • Repeats June-September
  • Multi-award winning
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit (it was a shoo-in, really)

Did You Know? 

One of the most famous floribundas, it was bred by the prolific Reimer Kordes (1922-1997) and introduced in 1958 under the registration code KORbin. The parents were Robin Hood and Virgo. In its native Germany, it is called Schneewittchen (Snow White, as in the historical figure with seven friends of less than average height, and a statistically average stepmother), and Fée des Neiges, Snow Fairy, in French.

It has won at least ten awards around the world, starting with gold medals at the Baden-Baden Rose Trials and Royal National Rose Society Show, both in 1958. The World Federation of Rose Societies voted it the 1983 World's Favourite Rose.