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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. 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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  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. Mountbatten

    Mountbatten

    Floribunda
    Attractive at all stages. Fragrant, mimosa yellow, cupped blooms. A strong, tall rose - more like a shrub. Harkness, 1982.
    £17.50
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