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#28870 Apr 22nd, 2007 at 12:23 PM
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I found the most perfect white iceberg rose and a perfect very large glazed sage green pot.
The plant is loaded with blossoms.
Great finds !

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Iceberg tends to take a rest between flowering cycles. Don't think something is wrong when this occurs. Tone rose Food is a wonderful organic product for roses. The pure white of Iceberg can't be beat. Will the Iceberg be container grown?

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Yes, in the green ceramic pot I bought for it today.
What a joyous purchase ! I'm still happy about it ! I planted it with a good potting soil, gave it a good drink, and I keep running out to the patio to admire it !

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I have 2 tree topiary's of iceburg.It smells great!Mine are container grown also.potting soil/peat moss /cow manure planted.about 3 years now.still can't decided if should leave potted or plant in ground.


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What shape are the topiaries?

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suppose to be ball shape.Diane's looks better than mine shape wise.And one of mine is being chewed by the dog.mine was a 4 ft.they sell 6 ft also.


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I'm going to get a rabbit topiary frame and do it with white jasmine.
I have a white rabbit so I thought that would be a fun idea.

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you are gonna love it. my iceberg flowers continually during the flowering season and smells like honey!! good pick.


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