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Name Type About
Colour / Height
Image
Iceberg Floribunda Buds opening to medium sized double flowers of pure white, maybe tipped with pink in late summer.

Continuous flowering into early winter. Fragrant.

Introduced in 1958
White

4 ft
Iceberg
Margaret Merril Floribunda Delicately shaped with pearl white blooms. Exceptional fragrance.

Foliage is dark green and disease resisting.

Introduced in 1977
White

2.5 ft
Margaret Merril
English Miss Floribunda Notable for its striking scent, double flowers and flower clusters. A rose with a good scent.

Continuous flowering with bushy growth.

Introduced in 1977
Pink

2.5 ft
English Miss
Elizabeth Harkness Hybrid Tea A beautiful rose with the colour of ivory blending with a delicate blush.

Dark foliage with strong fragrance.

Introduced in 1969
Pink

2.5 ft
Elizabeth Harkness
Fragrant Cloud Hybrid Tea Large coral red blooms, that are free flowering.

Highly scented.
Red

3 ft
Fragrant Cloud
Royal William Hybrid Tea Deep and velvety crimson rose. Strong and healthy growth.

Ideal for bedding with a rich fragrance.

Introduced in 1987
Red

3 ft
Royal William
Escapade Floribunda Single flowers of "wild rose" appearance.

Ideal for mixed border. Musk Rose scent. Reliable.

Introduced in 1967
Rosy-violet

4 ft
Escapade
Blue Moon Hybrid Tea Excellent rose in Lilac and mauve. Upright with strong neck to blooms.

Fragrant.

Introduced in 1964.
Lilac

3 ft
Blue Moon
Fellowship Floribunda Semi - double cupped flowers of bright orange.

Strong fragrance with good glossy foliage.

Introduced in 1992.
Orange

3 ft
Fellowship
Korresia Floribunda Probably one of the best yellow floribunda. The blooms are medium sized with a good fragrance.

Repeat flowering and disease resistant. Excellent plant.

Introduced in 1973
Yellow

2.5 ft
Korresia
 
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