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Posted by spunkybart 7 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 30, 06 at 17:32

I inherited this rose when I bought my house. It has cute, white blooms about 3", no fragrance, continuous blooming, about 4 feet high, then it starts to arch, and is planted in partial shade.

I figured it for iceberg, but wanted to get your opinions.

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Flowers --

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RE: Iceberg?

Iceberg blooms are definitely fragrant. Not strong fragrance but definitely present. Also leaves and blooms are not exactly like Iceberg in my opinion.

RE: Iceberg?

Thanks for your help, defintely has no fragrance, so it must not be iceberg.

I noticed something today that I have never seen -- it put out 1 pink tinged bloom.

I like the rose very much because it blooms continuously all summer in partial shade. So, I will just enjoy it and not worry about what it is!

RE: Iceberg?

I have a floribunda, Fabulous, that is very similar to iceberg and sometimes the blooms are tinged with pink. It usually has candelabra type blooms though. These appear to be single.

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