(P.P.19126) "It's a marvelous night for a moondance...," and this 2007 All-America Winner will be one of the best night lights for the garden. Its big clusters of buds unfurl into beautifully-formed luminous white blooms held atop a forest of deep green leaves. As you walk through the moonlit garden the flowers will waft light raspberry fragrance to tantalize the senses. But don't think this rose is only worthy of moonlit strolls. Its columnar style and well-branched plant habit make it a sensation in the daytime too, as it sparkles in the sunshine placed amidst other plants. An offspring of Iceberg, it displays the same strong disease resistance as its famous parent. Flower Size: 3-1/2 to 4". Fragrance: Strong spice and fruit. Hybridizer: Zary, 2007.
Light: Height: 4' to 5' Fragrant? Yes Planting Season: Spring State Restrictions: AK;HI
Flower Color: White Petal Count: 25 Foliage Color: Green Disease Resistant?: Yes Awards: aars