The Iceberg climbing rose (climbing floribunda) has lots of small clusters of white roses which have a beautiful impact as the rose climbs up the wall of a house or across a garden fence. This climbing rose grows quickly, is delicate and almost thornless making it a Soto favourite.
Deadhead regularly to encourage new flowers into the autumn.
How to care for Iceberg Climber
The Iceberg climbing rose thrives in sunny conditions but can do well in part shade.
Deadhead regularly. This rose is an excellent repeat flowerer into the Autumn.
This rose likes to be moist but not soggy. Try not to let the soil become waterlogged.
Plant with a high quality, peat-free compost. Use a rose feed in early spring and again mid summer to encourage flowering.
Ensure good drainage by using potting grit when planting.