Floribunda Roses

The Floribunda Rose is a crossbred flower that is loved for its hardiness in harsh climates, minimal upkeep, and its ability to have continual blooms. They are recognized for their familiar traits of stocky and rigid shrubbery with an abundance of color, fragrance and beauty. With these qualities, rose lovers will easily recognize this class of rose gracing landscapes in housing communities and public parks.

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  • Julia Child™

    7 Review(s)
    The fragrance of this rose is a delight to the senses having a mild licorice scent. Buttery golden yellow 4" blooms (petals 20+) cover this continual blooming plant. Excellent in the flower bed or as a landscape specimen plant. AARS rose for 2006. Learn More
  • Chihuly™

    2 Review(s)
    Like the beauty and perfection of Dale Chihuly's glass. The most beautiful 3 1/2-4" blooms of ever-changing colors of apricot/yellow/orange and red are painted, blushed, blended and at times striped with these colors. All produced on a continually blooming plant. Learn More
  • Desmond Tutu™

    Desmond Tutu, a wonderful Floribunda rose with large, elegant, deep-red flowers opening from high-centered buds. The blossoms bloom in clusters, which is appealing to your favorite vase. Desmond Tutu is a Gold medal winner in international competition! Sunbelt® Rose Learn More
  • Angel Face

    4 Review(s)
    Clusters of extra rich, deep-lavender semi-double ruffled blooms with a ruby blushed edge are blessed with just about the most wonderful and intense perfume in a Floribunda. Rich, dark-green foliage on a spreading plant provides a wonderful backdrop for this favorite continual blooming rose. It is better suited for warmer climates, where it will bring out a lot more blue/lavender color as it needs a lot of sun to bring out the color tone to its fullest. Bloom size 3 1/2" with 25-30 petals. Learn More
  • Candy Cane Cocktail™

    3 Review(s)
    This floribunda Candy Cane Cocktail™ displays bi-colored blooms of white suffused with deep pink to red edges. It has superior disease resistance for the type. This rose inherits its exceptional traits for rebloom and disease resistance from its breeding background which includes The Knock Out® Family of Roses. Learn More
  • Eureka™

    Vigorous compact plant with large apricot flowers that bloom in large clusters continuously throughout the season. The compact growth habit makes this plant an excellent choice for containers as well as beds and borders. Learn More
  • Polynesian Punch™

    1 Review(s)
    Polynesian Punch™ is a very compact Floribunda rose which would make a great container plant. It displays non-stop flowering in a kaleidoscope of colors; from orange to pink to yellow. Best suited for the dry climate of the West Coast. Learn More
  • Blueberry Hill

    2 Review(s)
    This rose has continually drawn favorable comments from visitors to our gardens. The large 4" semi-double blooms are of a beautiful shade of clear unfading lilac-lavender with a slight apple, rose fragrance that open to show striking golden centers on a continuous blooming bush. 12-14 petals. Learn More
  • Light Of Day

    Hardy yellow repeat bloomer. Blooms should stay on stem for many weeks after plant gets established. A bright and cheerful yellow will brighten up any border or landscaped area. A very hardy shrub that will perform well for you. Bloom 2 3/4", Petal 26-40 Learn More
  • Saratoga

    Lovely, double 4" blooms (petals 33) of gardenia white. Borne in clusters on a vigorous continually blooming bushy plant with leathery green foliage. AARS winner. Very fragrant. Learn More

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