Burgundy Ice

Burgundy Iceberg
Cluster roses 
Weatherly2003

Mutation of the rose 'Schneewittchen' (syn. 'Iceberg') with an exceptional, dark red-purple colour. The loose flowers are in clusters and repeat-flower abundantly throughout the summer. They're lightly scented. The leaf is light green and shiny.

  • Colour:  Purple  Red 
  • Fragrance:  Light
  • Repeat flowering: ( June - October)
  • Height:  80  -  100 cm
  • Growth type:  Compact
  • Flower:  DoubleMedium sized7 cm
    • Standplaats:  Sun
    • Plantafstand:  45cm  cm of  4,0 planten /m 2
    • Vorstbestendigd:  to -15°C

    Synonym: Burgundy Iceberg. Sport of the well-known spray rose 'Schneewittchen' or 'Iceberg', found in a garden in Tasmania. The double, loose flowers have a distinct, dark red-purple colour with a lighter, whitish back of the petals. The medium-sized flowers grow in clusters of 3 to 15 flowers. The plant shrubs well, is almost spikeless and has shiny, light green leaves. In July, starvation mildew can occur, but this does not affect the repeat-flowering. Like 'Schneewittchen', it flowers continuously from June to the first frost. Planted as a parterre, in groups between other plants, as a hedge and in pots. Is also a good cut rose. Acknowledged World’s Best Rose in 1983.

    Bare Root
    Available from November to mid-April.
    Available from mid-November.
    Pot 4L

    Available from mid-May.
    15,00 €
    Versie
    Aantal
    Prijs
    Bare Root
    Available from November to mid-April.
    Available from mid-November.
    Vanaf 1 stuks: 8,90 €
    Vanaf 2 stuks: 8,70 €
    Vanaf 10 stuks: 8,30 €
    Vanaf 25 stuks: 7,90 €
    Vanaf 100 stuks: 7,50 €
    8,90 €
    Pot 4L

    Available from mid-May.
    Vanaf 1 stuks: 15,00 €
    15,00 €

    Synonym: Burgundy Iceberg. Sport of the well-known spray rose 'Schneewittchen' or 'Iceberg', found in a garden in Tasmania. The double, loose flowers have a distinct, dark red-purple colour with a lighter, whitish back of the petals. The medium-sized flowers grow in clusters of 3 to 15 flowers. The plant shrubs well, is almost spikeless and has shiny, light green leaves. In July, starvation mildew can occur, but this does not affect the repeat-flowering. Like 'Schneewittchen', it flowers continuously from June to the first frost. Planted as a parterre, in groups between other plants, as a hedge and in pots. Is also a good cut rose. Acknowledged World’s Best Rose in 1983.

    • Standplaats:  Sun
    • Plantafstand:  45cm  cm of  4,0 planten /m 2
    • Vorstbestendigd:  to -15°C
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