Introduced - 1979
'Regensberg' rose produces petals that are brushed with hot to dusty pink hues in a variety of intensities and are white at their base. Each flower of this floribunda variety measures about 3 inches across and is composed of 20 to 25 petals.
The flowers have a sweet apple-like scent. This rose is ideal for growing in garden borders as well as container plants. The plants are extremely compact and grow up to a height of only 2 feet.
'Regensberg' rose is among the supposed Hand Printed series of the Northern Irish hybridizers named Sam MacGredy IV since each bloom on the plant has a somewhat different shade.
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Introduced - 1959
This floribunda cultivar has been named so because of its majestic traditional court dance. 'Sarabande' rose is slightly fragrant and appears on huge flat sprays.
The flowers are luminous and each measures anything between 3 inches and 4 inches and is composed of eight to 14 petals. The color of the flowers varies from vivid to burnt orange with vivid yellow stamens. The plants have a rounded shape and grow up to a height of 2 feet to 3 feet.
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Introduced - 1963
'Saratoga' rose has been named in honour of the race track in New York State. Initially, advertisements promoting this floribunda also featured a glass horse. This rose bears white flowers whose form may either be somewhat high-centered or decorative.
The potently sweet fragrant blooms are borne in large sprays. Each flower of 'Saratoga' measures about 4 inches in diameter and is composed of as many as 30 to 35 petals. The plants are very hardy and have a spreading habit.
They grow up to a height of 2 feet to 3 ½ feet. The foliage is light green, glossy and has a leathery texture.
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Introduced - 1964
'Sea Pearl' rose produces pastel pink hued buds that unfurl into pearly pink flowers that are diffused with peach and yellow. The plants are bushy and grow up to a height of about 5 feet. Generally one stem bears only one flower, which is unusual for a floribunda.
Usually the blooms of floribundas appear in sprays. The foliage of 'Sea Pearl' rose has a dark green color and it is capable of resisting rose diseases.
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Introduced - 1984
The flowers of 'Sexy Rexy' are double and borne on large clusters. They are in bloom all through the growing season. Each flower of this floribunda cultivar measures anything between 2 ½ inches and 3 ½ inches across and is composed of 40 or more petals having pale pink hue.
The flowers have a mild fragrance and as they mature their form changes to flat. The plants of 'Sexy Rexy' produce plentiful of small leaves that are glossy and have a light green color. 'Sexy Rexy' rose flowers very freely and the plants are healthy and have a vigorous growth.
This floribunda cultivar is perfect for growing in garden beds along with perennials and preferably facing taller roses so that it is able to cover their leggy stems. Moreover, this rose can also be grown in the form of an attractive low-growing hedge. The plants of this rose are exceptionally resistant to diseases.
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Introduced - 1981
'Showbiz' rose produces short and pointed buds that unfurl into scarlet hued flowers, each measuring 2 ½ inches to 3 inches in diameter. The flowers appear in large sprays and they are double, having a loosely cupped form.
The lightly scented petals of 'Showbiz' rose are ruffled and encircle vivid yellow stamens. The plants produce abundant glossy leaves have a dark green hue. This floribunda cultivar is bushy, compact and low growing.
It can contribute excellently when grown in garden beds and borders with its bold hued flowers and rich foliage. In addition, 'Showbiz' rose can also be grown in a mass in the form of a beautiful low growing hedge or as mass planting. This rose is an excellent source of cut flowers, while the plants are capable of resisting rose diseases well.
Introduced - 1979
The slightly fragrant blooms of 'Simplicity' rose appear in clusters. Each flower of this floribunda variety measures anything between 3 inches and 4 inches and is composed of 18 medium pink hued petals that encircle a tuft of yellow stamens, which become darker as the flowers mature.
The flowers may have a cup-shape or be flattened. The color of the foliage of 'Simplicity' rose varies from fresh pale green to medium green and they are partly glossy. The plants of this rose are compact and bushy, producing elegant and arching canes.
'Simplicity' rose is an ideal selection for growing as a hedge. When this rose was introduced to the market for the first time it was actually promoted in the form of a 'living form'. In addition, this rose performs well when grown in garden beds and borders. The flowers of 'Simplicity' rose are excellent for cutting, while the plants are capable of resisting rose diseases.
Introduced - 1955
'Spartan' rose produces pointed buds having a burnt orange hue and they unfurl to reveal high-centered, blooms whose color varies from orange-red to reddish coral. The blooms are highly scented and are borne either singly or they appear in sprays.
Each flower of this floribunda variety measures about 3 ½ inches in diameter and is composed of 30 petals. The stems of 'Simplicity' rose are long and, hence, excellent for cutting.
The plants have a vigorous growth and they usually grow up to a height of 3 feet to 4 feet. The leaves are dark green, glossy and have a leathery texture. The leaves virtually cover the entire plant.
Introduced - 1981
'Sunsprite', a famed and well-liked rose, is one of the parents of 'Sun Flare'. Hence, this floribunda variety shares many virtues of its parent, such as a vigorous constitution and good health. In fact, the blooms of the offspring are more attractive compared to its parent.
'Sun Flare' rose produces pointed buds that have a scrolled form - similar to the hybrid tea roses. The buds unfurl to reveal wide, glowing yellow, double blossoms having the distinctive fragrance of licorice.
The flowers of this rose appear in clusters of as many as a dozen and they keep blooming all through the growing season.
Introduced - 1985
centered form. Moreover, the blooms of 'Summer Fashion' rose may be borne singly on a stem or even appear in small sprays. The color of the petals is pale yellow, while their edges are pink hued.
The pink hue spreads as well as becomes darker as the flowers mature. Each flower of 'Summer Fashion' measures anything between 3 inches and 5 inches and is composed of as many as 35 petals. The flowers have a sweet fragrance.
The foliage of this rose is medium green, large and semi-glossy. The plants of 'summer Fashion' rose grow up to a height of 2 ½ feet to 3 feet.
Introduced - 1938
This floribunda variety presents the exceptional case wherein a bush rose was created from a climber – the rose named 'Climbing Summer Snow' instead of the case being other way round.
The pointed and creamy hued buds of 'Summer Snow' appear in large sprays and they unfurl to reveal snowy white hued flowers, which repeat very quickly.
The flowers of this rose create a striking contrast against the pale green leaves of the plants that grow up to a height of 2 ½ feet to 3 feet. This rose is an excellent choice for mass plantings.
Each flower of 'Summer Snow' measures about 2 ½ inches to 3 inches across and is composed of 20 to 25 petals. The fragrance of the flowers is like a slight tea scent.
Introduced - 1977
'Sunsprite' rose produces high-centered, oval-shaped buds that unfurl into deep yellow hued blooms. The double blossoms of this rose are borne in clusters of as many as five or even more.
Each flower of this floribunda variety is composed of roughly 28 petals and they have a rich fragrance. The flowers bloom all through the growing season. The foliage of 'Sunsprite' rose has a pale green hue and is glossy.
The plants of 'Sunsprite' are compact and upright. This rose is perfect for growing in garden beds and borders where the low growing plants neatly covers the taller and leggy plants' base. Moreover, the blossoms are excellent for use as cut flowers as well as exhibition. This rose is capable of resisting diseases well.
Introduced - 1961
'Sweet Vivien' rose produces oval-shaped buds that unfurl into pink flowers with pale yellow centers. The slightly fragrant flowers of this rose are borne in sprays on stems of medium length.
Each flower of 'Sweet Vivien' measures about 3 inches across and is composed of 17 petals. The foliage comprises small, dark green, glossy leaves that are capable of resisting rose diseases. The plants are compact; somewhat spreading and grow up to a height of 2 feet.
Introduced - 1977
The color of 'Trumpeter' rose varies from orange to scarlet. Aside from their brilliant colors, which last for a long time, the flowers of this floribunda variety are composed of anything between 35 and 40 ruffled petals and have a mild scent.
The foliage of 'Trumpeter' rose is glossy green and somewhat resistant to diseases. The foliage nearly covers the entire plant that is compact, bushy and grows up to a height of 2 feet to 3 feet. This rose is an ideal selection for use as landscape color as well as mass planting.
Introduced - 1951
The flowers of 'Vogue' rose continue to be popular among rose lovers even several years after its introduction to the market. The flowers of this floribunda cultivar are high-centered and their color varies from medium to deep coral-pink.
The flowers have a light fragrance and each measure anything between 2 ½ inches and 3 ½ inches across and is composed of 25 petals. The flowers of 'Vogue' are borne in very large sprays.
The foliage comprises medium green, partly glossy leaves that cover the bushy plants. Each plant of this rose grows up to a height of 4 feet to 5 feet and has shown susceptibility to black spot, despite being exceptionally winter hardy.