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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. Champagne Moment

    Champagne Moment

    Floribunda
    The blooms are held in large trusses and are pale apricot in the centre, paling at the edges to creamy white. It is extremely healthy and vigorous Kordes, 2006.
    £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. Queen Elizabeth

    Queen Elizabeth

    Floribunda
    Numerous clear pink, globular flowers on long, upright stems. Very much for the back of the border. Lammerts, 1954.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  2. Valentine Heart

    Valentine Heart

    Floribunda
    Frilly petalled flowers. The petals are creamy pink touched with lilac, with a hint of scarlet at the base. Very free-flowering. Pleasant scent. Dickson, 1985.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. Apricot Nectar

    Apricot Nectar

    Floribunda
    Small sprays of large, apricot-yellow flowers of almost Tea Rose form and delicacy. Fragrant. Vigorous growth. Boerner, 1965.
    £17.50
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  2. Braveheart

    Braveheart

    Floribunda
    Fragrant, coral-salmon Hybrid Tea flowers. Extremely free flowering. It forms a neat, upright bush that can be pruned back hard if necessary. Cocker, 1992.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. 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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  2. L’Aimant

    L’Aimant

    Floribunda
    A very free-flowering, coral-pink Floribunda. Very attractive, fragrant flowers. Harkness, 1994.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. Oranges and Lemons

    Oranges and Lemons

    Floribunda
    A very striking, striped variety; the flowers being bright orange with yellow stripes. Pleasing, fresh appearance. McGredy, 1993.
    £17.50
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  2. Sexy Rexy

    Sexy Rexy

    Floribunda
    Large clusters of soft pink, rosette-shaped blooms. A compact bush. McGredy, 1984.
    £17.50
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  1. Trumpeter

    Trumpeter

    Floribunda
    A bright vermilion red Floribunda. Repeat flowering. Compact growth. McGredy, 1977.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  2. Tatton

    Tatton

    Floribunda
    A striking variety with strongly coloured, many petalled flowers of burnt orange. They are produced very freely and have a good fruity fragrance. The growth is powerful and vigorous, with the young growth being a very bright red, adding to the overall effect. It has won a number of awards. Fryer, 2002.
    £17.50
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