any of a group of rose varieties created by crossing polyantha and hybrid tea roses and characterized by clusters of small to medium-sized flowers produced in profusion
Origin of floribundaModL, feminine of an unverified form floribundus, abounding in blossoms ; from Classical Latin flos, flower + -bundus (as in moribundus, moribund), taken to mean “producing”: sense influenced, influence by abundant
Any of several hybrid roses bearing numerous single or double flowers.
Origin of floribundaNew Latin fl&omacron;ribunda, feminine of fl&omacron;ribundus, blossoming freely, from Latin fl&omacron;s, fl&omacron;r-, flower; see flower.
From Rosa floribunda.