Simple Guide to Growing & Caring for Iceberg Roses

Kelly of The Tattered Pew

 Welcome to the world of Iceberg roses, captivating and delicate flowers that are easy to grow.

Sunlight and Soil  Select a location that receives at least six hours of sunshine. They can handle partial shade but prefer full sun. They are tolerant of cold weather conditions as well.


Continuous Blooms  Iceberg roses bloom throughout the growing season. This makes them an excellent choice for gardeners who want  beautiful blooms for months.

Planting Guidelines Choose a spot in your garden that receives full sun. Make sure the soil is well-draining, and add compost or other organic matter to improve soil quality.


Hydration  regular watering is recommended, especially during dry spells. I have mine on a drip system so they have consistent water.


Fertilization Tips Use an all-purpose fertilizer to feed your Iceberg roses every two to four weeks during the growing season.


Companion Plants – Lavender – Salvia – Catmint – Geraniums – Marigolds – Shasta daisies – Boxwood


Pruning  Prune your Iceberg roses in late winter or once the frost is gone to remove dead or damaged wood and encourage new growth.



Disease Resistant Iceberg roses are remarkably disease-resistant nature. They are hardy and can withstand harsh weather conditions.

Armed with these simple yet valuable tips and tricks, you're ready to try these beautiful bloomers in your garden.  May your gardening journey be filled with joy and beauty.

Click below for the entire simple guide to growing spectacular Iceberg Roses! I promise you will fall in love with these beauties.

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