Bush rose

Bush roses have two distinct categories, the large-flowered bush (Hybrid Tea) and the cluster-flowered bush (Floribunda); both types are excellent for planting in beds, borders and hedges.

Large-flowered bush roses are repeat flowering and have mostly pointed double flowers, 3 inches or more across, borne singly on long stems in Summer and Autumn; for this reason they are excellent for cutting. hybrid tea rose

Cluster-flowered bush roses are also repeat flowering but the flowers are produced in sprays of up to 25 single or double flowers during Summer and Autumn. floribunda

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