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Allgold Roses - The blooms on the rose Allgold will be of an average size for a Floribunda rose, about 3.5 inches or so in diameter.  They will have about 25 or so petals per bloom and they will have but a mild fragrance.  Once of the great things about the rose Allgold is that the blooms will fade very little, if at all during their cycle.

Angel Face Roses - This mauve or purple blended floribunda produces great blooms about 4 inches in diameter and they have a wonderful citrus scented fragrance.

Aspirin Roses - Aspirin roses will stay bushy and compact and only grow a little over 3 feet tall at full maturity with a width of just about a foot or so.  This rose is a great container rose and it is very resistant to blackspot and mildew!

Betty Boop Roses - This award winning rose blooms in an eye-catching red and white blooms that smell as good as they look with a somewhat fruity fragrance.

Betty Prior Roses - This particular variety was created by crossing the Kirsten Poulsen rose with an unnamed seedling.  The result is a pretty pink rose that produces small blooms with 5 petals each.  The rose Betty Prior will bloom in large clusters and they will have a delightful, mild fragrance.

Black Cherry Roses - The Black Cherry rose is a classic deep red rose that is not only resistant to diseases, but it is also very tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions.

Bonica Roses - This is really a versatile plant that you can find a great many uses for.  The blooms will be a little smaller than you might be used to on a Floribunda, only getting about 1.5 inches across.  They will however form in large clusters that just cover the plant in great blooms.  The blooms will have a lot of petals, up to 40 or so each, but the blooms sadly will have little to no fragrance.

Brass Band Roses - This stunning rose blooms in a gorgeous mix of peach and apricot colors and offers growers a subtle damask fragrance.

China Doll Roses - This tiny little floribunda rose only grows a couple feet tall and produces delicate pink blooms about one inch in diameter. Perfect for containers.

Chuckles Roses - The rose Chuckles is a hardy rose that is also a vigorous grower and it is well suited to a variety of growing conditions.  The plant itself will grow between 4 and 5 feet tall at full maturity, with a spread of 5 to 6 feet across.

City of Leeds Roses - This rose variety was created by crossing elements of the Evelyn Fison rose, with an offspring from the Spartan and Red Favorite roses.  The result is a pretty reddish pink floribunda rose that produces large blooms about 4.5 inches in diameter.  The blooms will be somewhat full with about 20 or so petals per bloom.

Circus Roses - The Floribunda rose Circus will produce blooms that are somewhat smaller than you might be used to on a floribunda, only reaching diameters of about 2.75 inches across.  The petals will be extremely full however with well over 40 petals per bloom.

Disneyland Roses - The rose Disneyland is a great rose to use as the centerpiece of a small garden, however in spite of all its color, you might be disappointed to find out it has very little fragrance.

Dreaming Roses - The rose Dreaming will be fairly typical for a Floribunda rose, producing blooms that are about 3.5 inches in diameter.  The plant itself will stay somewhat small, growing about 2 to 3 feet tall at full maturity with a width of about 2 feet.  This smaller stature makes the rose Dreaming an excellent choice for growing in a container. 

Ebb Tide Roses - This purple floribunda rose produces large 4 inch blooms with a strong fragrance of spice and cloves.

Easy Does It Roses - This pinkish-orange rose is a vigorous grower that is also highly resistant to diseases, making it a great choice for newer rose growers, or those of us who simply want a low maintenance rose in our gardens.  This rose will make for great cut flower arrangements with its mild, fruity fragrance.

Easy Going Roses - This particular variety of rose was not bred purposely, but rather was found to be a naturally occurring mutation of the Living Easy rose.  This is a great yellow rose that has rich golden hues and a mild fragrance of honey that is sure to brighten up any location you grow it in.

Europeana Roses - This stunning dark red floribunda is tolerant of the heat and can be grown in zones 5 and warmer.  This is a great rose for growing as the centerpiece of a small garden where the masses of red blooms will be sure to catch the eye of any passerby.

Fellowship Roses - The rose Fellowship was created by crossing the Southampton rose with the rose Remember Me.  The result is a gorgeous orangish-apricot colored Floribunda rose that carries a sweet smelling citrus fragrance.

Fashion Roses - Growing the rose Fashion is pretty straight forward and if you have had any past experience growing Floribunda roses, then you should not find this variety to be all that challenging.  The biggest choice you will make in the life of your roses is where in the garden you decide to grow them.

Floradora Roses - Growing the rose Floradora is not really any different than growing any other type of Floribunda rose.  The biggest decision you will need to make is where in the garden you ultimately choose to grow it.  Roses in general require a lot of sun light if you want them to perform at their best and this variety is no exception.

George Burns Roses - The George Burns rose is a unique variety that blooms large, full flowers that have red streaks set against a yellowish white petal.

Honey Perfume Roses - The rose Honey Perfume will produce blooms that are a little over 4 inches in diameter and form in large clusters all over the plant.  The blooms will also be somewhat full with up to 30 petals per bloom.  You can expect the plant to grow about 3 to 4 feet tall with a width between 2 and 3 feet.

Hot Cocoa Roses - The rose Hot Cocoa was created by crossing the rose Livin’ Easy with an offspring of the Playboy and Altissimo roses.  The result is a stunning russet colored Floribunda rose that has a nice fruity fragrance.

Intrigue Roses - The rose Intrigue will be pretty typical for a Floribunda, producing nice lush blooms in small clusters around the entire plant.  The blooms will have a great strong fragrance and will carry roughly 20 or so petals each.  The plant itself will grow to a height of about 3 to 5 feet tall at full maturity.

Judy Garland Roses -The blooms on the rose Judy Garland will be typical for most Floribunda roses, about 4 inches or so in diameter, and the blooms will be somewhat full, having as many as 35 or more petals per bloom.

Julia Child Roses - This perpetual bloomer an absolutely gorgeous yellow rose with large 3 inch blooms that produce a fragrance that smells a lot like licorice.

Lilac Charm Roses - Lilac Charm roses were first bred in 1962 in the United Kingdom by Edward Burton Le Grice.  Le Grice was a well known rose breeder in the 1920’s and 30’s in the UK and has produced many wonderful roses for the commercial market.

Livin Easy Roses - The blooms on the rose Livin Easy will form in small clusters and will be quite full, with as many as 40 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow anywhere from 3 feet to 5 feet tall, and it can spread out to a width of up to 6 feet across at full maturity.  This is a very vigorous grower that is not only hardy, but it also very resistant to diseases, especially blackspot.

Mardi Gras Roses - Mardi Gras roses will produce generous blooms that average about 4 inches or so in diameter and will form either solitary, or in small clusters, with a more classic form of a hybrid tea rose. 

Morning Jewel Roses - The rose Morning Jewel will produce blooms that are just a little over 3 inches in diameter.  The blooms will form in clusters all over the plant, often covering it near completely.  The plant itself can grow quite large and can also be trained to climb up a support structure.  If left unchecked it can grow well over 10 feet tall at full maturity.

News Roses - The blooms on the rose News will be of a typical size for a floribunda rose, averaging about 3.5 inches or so in diameter.  The roses will only have a couple petals each and they will have a fairly mild fragrance.  The plant itself will grow to height of up to 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width of around half that.

Orange Sensation Roses - The rose Orange Sensation will produce blooms that are slightly smaller for a floribunda rose than you might be used to, reaching diameters of only a little over 2 inches.  The blooms will be fairly full, carrying about 25 or so petals each. 

Orange Triumph Roses - The rose Orange Triumph will grow to normal dimensions, about 3 to 4 feet tall with a width of a little over 2 feet across at full maturity.  One of the nice things about the Orange Triumph is it a little more tolerant of heavy rains than many types of roses. This rose will do well in zones 6 and warmer.

Pineapple Poll Roses - This particular Floribunda rose was created by crossing the rose Orange Sensation with the floribunda Circus rose.  The result is a great orange colored blended rose that really catches your eye.  The rose Pineapple Poll will produce blooms that are somewhat typical for a Floribunda, about 3 to 4 inches in diameter.

Pinocchio Roses - Pinocchio roses were first bred in 1940 in Germany by Wilhelm Kordes II.  As his name shows, Wilhelm was the second in a long family tradition that is rich with rose breeders.  To this day the Kordes family name is known world-wide among rose growers and enthusiasts. 

Playboy Roses - The blooms on Playboy roses will be in small clusters, have around 10 petals each, and they will have a great subtle fragrance that smells like apples.  The plant will grow about 3 to 4 feet tall and stretch out to a width of about 2 to 4 feet across at full maturity.  This is a rose that is highly resistant to diseases and will flourish in zones 6 and warmer.

Pretty Lady Roses - Not only is the rose Pretty Lady enjoyable to look at, but the fragrance from this rose is a mild, sweet smelling scent that is sure to bring some life into your garden.  This is an excellent choice if you want cut flowers, or as a border rose for a small sitting garden.

Purple Splendour Roses - The rose Purple Splendour will produce blooms that are fairly typical for a Floribunda, averaging about 4 inches or so in diameter.  The plant itself will grow to about 3 to 4 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of about 2 to 3 feet across.

Rose Queen Elizabeth - Growing this rose is not difficult and if you have any prior experience growing roses, then you should not find this variety to be all that challenging.  The biggest decision you will make in the life of your roses is where in the garden you decide to grow them.

Reverie Roses - The rose Reverie is also known as the Traumerei rose and it will be somewhat typical for a floribunda rose.  The blooms on this rose will grow to about 3.5 inches in diameter and they will be fairly full, carrying around 25 or so petals each.

Rosemary Roses - The rose Rosemary was created by crossing the Gruss an Teplitz rose with a generic floribunda seedling.  The result is a fabulous deep pink or light red rose.

Ruth Leuwerik Roses - The rose Ruth Leuwerik is typical for most Floribundas you might be used to, producing blooms that are around 3 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will be nice and full, having as many as 30 to 40 petals per bloom.  The plant itself tends to stay a little more compact than some varieties, only growing about 2 to 3 feet tall at full maturity.

Scentimental Roses - The Scentimental rose is one of the most popular floribunda roses on the market today with giant 5 inch white blooms striped with dark red streaks.

Sexy Rexy Roses - The rose Sexy Rexy will produce blooms that are a little smaller than you might be used to on a floribunda rose, only reaching an average diameter of about 2.5 inches.  The blooms will be very full with as many as 40 petals per bloom and they will form in large clusters of flowers.

Shocking Blue Roses - This rose really is suited to most places around your garden, even in a container, and no matter where you grow it you will be rewarded with a strong fragrance as well as colorful blooms.  The plant itself will grow about 3 to 4 feet tall and around 2 feet across at full maturity.

Simplicity Roses - The Simplicity is an exceptional variety of soft pink rose that produces sizeable blooms in clusters and carries with it a mild scent.

Southampton Roses - The rose Southampton will grow upwards of 3 to 4o feet tall at full maturity, with a width of about 2 to 3 feet across.  The blooms will be somewhat typical for a Floribunda rose averaging 3 to 4o inches in diameter.  This rose does not tend to do very well in the warmer climates.

Traumerei Roses - Traumerei roses were first bred in 1974 in Germany by Reimer Kordes.    This particular variety was produced by crossing the Colour Wonder rose with an unnamed seedling.  The result is a truly gorgeous salmon colored or orangish blended rose with a very strong fragrance.

Uwe Seeler Roses - Bred in 1970 by Kordes in Germany, Uwe Seeler produce slightly smaller blooms, around 3-3.5 inches in diameter, with a soft subtle fragrance.

Yellow Cushion Roses - The rose Yellow Cushion is fairly typical for a Floribunda and will produce blooms that are around 4 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will be pretty full with as many as 30 to 40 petals each, and you can expect the blooms to carry a very strong fragrance.

Zorina Roses - This particular rose was created by crossing a seedling of the Pinocchio rose with another floribunda rose, Spartan.  The result is a beautiful reddish orange rose that produces blooms that are about 3 inches or so in diameter.



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