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Not only are we seeing the deep rich hues of our dark colored roses, we are also seeing a spectacular showing of white roses this week. Pictured below are ‘Iceberg’ and ‘Moondance’ Floribundas along with blooms of ‘Pope John Paul … Continue reading
A quick video tour of our summer rose garden. We have about sixty roses under cultivation within the confines of our fenced backyard. Enjoy the tour. My apologies for the videography!
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Dean Hodge, Consulting Rosarian Birmingham, Alabama TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR GROWING ROSES Keeping the biblical 10 commandments ensures a good and rewarding life. They are guides for human behavior. Also growing roses has established rules. These are: I. Thou shall have … Continue reading
Iceberg – floribunda White – Introduced in 1958 ARS Rating – 8.5 This rose is what I call a gardeners friend. Once planted, it needs only routine care and will bloom and re-bloom the most beautiful sprays of white roses. Here in zone … Continue reading
This floribunda is a solid winner in my garden. Beautiful flushes of blooms from Spring to Fall. If you’re looking for a great white rose, choose ‘Iceberg’.
> From the summer of 2010
>Here it is late November and I still have roses blooming! If the hard frosts hold off, we may even have a few for Christmas. In bloom today: Julia Child – Floribunda Iceberg – Floribunda I think this year, I … Continue reading