Brilliant Pink Iceberg

After all these many years of worldwide propagation, a color mutation of the renowned Iceberg has finally occurred from the far reaches of Tasmania. The plant is exactly like its parent in every way but color–same great landscape value, same free flowering habit, same foliage, same flower form & showy clusters. It's just that the color has been kicked up a notch to a bright cerise pink painted onto cream. Color intensifies in cooler conditions. Available budded & own-root.

General Information

  • Class Floribunda
  • Cultivar cv. PRObril
  • Patent Pat.#12,645
  • Plant Habit Medium-tall
  • Growth Habit Rounded, shrubby
  • Plant Height 2½ to 5 feet
  • Plant Width 2½ to 5 feet
  • Stem Length Medium-length, good for cutting
  • Foliage Color Glossy medium green
  • Disease Resistance Excellent
  • Flower Color Deep pink and cream blend
  • Bud Form Long, elegant & pointed
  • Flower Size Medium, 4-inch diameter, in clusters
  • Flower Form Double
  • Petal Count 18 to 24
  • Parentage Selection from Pink Iceberg which was a sport of Iceberg
  • Hybridizer Lilia Weatherly
  • Intro Year 2001
  • Introduced By Weeks Roses