Types of Roses
Floribunda Roses / Cluster Flowering
Floribunda Cluster Flowering Garden roses are difficult to beat for large all over displays & clusters of mid to large sized flowers which are borne in a great masses often smothering most of the foliage. Our range of Fragrant Floribunda roses are far superior to earlier and older varieties in this range, with much fuller blooms, containing greater number of flowers & petals with much improved healthy bushy compact growth. They are easily managed roses, requiring one hard prune in winter, two feeds a year and dead-heading after flowering for repeat blooms later on.
Flowering begins usually early June with repeating flushes of bloom until late autumn. Floribunds roses are ideal for planting in large groups, individually mid-border or in a narrow bed to create a short hedge or in a large heavy pot using a John Innes No 3 compost.
Plant our Fragrant Floribunda roses around 90cm (hedge 60cm) apart, flowering heights range from 75cm to 1.20m depending on chosen variety, Standard Floribunda roses require planting 90cm apart and are supplied as Half (Flowering Height 1.50m approx) or Full Standards (Flowering Height 1.80m approx) where available, Floribunda Standard Roses look fabulous, producing large rounded heads covered all over in flowers which repeat bloom from Early Summer to late autumn.