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Floribundas

Floribundas

Floribunda roses were originally produced by crossing Hybrid Teas with Polyantha Roses. They are prized for creating a mass of colour by bearing many flowers held in large clusters – in fact, few plants can produce so much colour over such a long season. Floribundas usually have little scent, although more fragrant varieties are now appearing. Ideal for growing in large bed and mixed borders; they are generally hardy, more robust and more disease resistant than Hybrid Tea Roses and are therefore easier to grow.

   

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  1. Iceberg

    Iceberg

    Floribunda
    Bears large clusters of medium-sized, lightly double, pure white flowers, sometimes tinged with pink in late summer. It flowers from early in the season. There is a light, sweet fragrance. Kordes, 1958.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  2. Blue for You

    Blue for You

    Floribunda
    Long buds open to semi-double flowers with prominent stamens and a sweet scent, reminiscent of violets. Initially rich purple-mauve, they fade to a startling slate blue. It flowers freely and almost continuously. Very healthy, rounded growth. James, 2007.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. English Miss

    English Miss

    Floribunda
    Large sprays of light pink, camellia-shaped flowers. Strong sweet fragrance. Free-flowering. Bushy growth. Cant, 1977.
    £17.50
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  2. Escapade

    Escapade

    Floribunda
    Single, rosy-violet flowers with a hint of pink. Light-medium, sweet musk scent. Free-flowering. Harkness, 1967.
    £17.50
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  1. News

    News

    Floribunda
    Large, almost single, fuchsia flowers with golden stamens. A bushy plant. LeᅠGrice, 1969.
    £17.50
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  2. Dusky Maiden

    Dusky Maiden

    Floribunda
    Large, almost single, crimson flowers with golden anthers. A little different and well worth growing. LeᅠGrice, 1947.
    £17.50
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