Burgundy Iceberg and Iceberg Two-fer® Rose Tree
|Mature Height||5-6 Feet|
|Mature Width||3-4 Feet|
|Bloom Color||Red, White|
Who doesn’t love a two-for-one deal? With the Burgundy Iceberg and Iceberg Two-fer® rose tree you get just that! Featuring a romantic display of deep wine red (Burgundy Iceberg) and pure nostalgic white (Iceberg White), it's a rose bush that features two different colors on the same tree.
It's sure to delight everyone from the romantic to the practical gardener, as its deep and lush blooms contrast against its dark green foliage. It can be planted as a series along a garden wall, near a lattice archway, or in a designated rose garden area of your yard.
Growing approximately 3 to 4 feet tall and the same in width, it flourishes in direct or partial sunlight. Pollinators love it for the beautiful scent it omits, and you can expect an array of birds, butterflies, and bees dancing around its blooms.
It does best in moderately moist soil and well-draining sites. It is relatively deer and rabbit resistant and does well with ample mulching. You can even plant a series of them in container pots to adorn a patio space. Note that if you choose to plant a row of rose bushes, be sure to plant them several feet apart for maximum growth capacity.
Whether you are a collector of different rose varieties, or simply love one well-placed romantic rose bush, the Burgundy Iceberg and Iceberg Two-fer® is sure to delight all!
What colors can I expect from this rose bush?
The Iceberg Two-fer® rose tree grows in blooms of deep red and pure white.
Does this rose tree require full sun?
It can grow in full or partial sun.
How big does it get?
It grows 3-4 feet tall and the same in width.
Plant your Iceberg Two-fer® rose tree in an area of full to partial sun. If you are choosing partial sun, make sure it is at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.
Dig a hole twice the width and depth of the root ball. Backfill the soil until the rose ball is fitted into the ground with roughly the same proportions as it had in its container pot. Mulch around the area as desired.
Water around the root area once to twice weekly.
Fertilize once monthly with a rose fertilizer for supported growth.
Prune in spring after the last hard frost with clean shears; apply cuts at an angle.