Different Types of Roses


Climbing Rose

Climbing roses are not a class, but more of a description. In other words, you may find grandiflora or floribunda climbing roses. 


Hybrid Tea Rose

Hybrid tea roses are one of the most popular classes of roses, and it’s not hard to understand why. With bountiful, ornate blooms that sprout from long stems and reach anywhere from 30-50 petals 


Grandiflora Rose

Regarded as a subgroup class of hybrid tea roses with floribunda features, the grandiflora rose was created in the last century.  


Floribunda Rose

Floribunda roses are another favorite rose class. Similar to grandifloras, a floribunda rose presents a large cluster of flowers. With a continuous bloom, it will last much longer than the six- to seven-week cycle of hybrid tea roses or grandiflora roses. 


Polyantha Rose

 It’s not unusual to find these rose bushes completely covered in clusters of their small flowers with a prolific bloom that lasts from spring to fall. 


Miniature Rose

 Miniature roses can grow anywhere between 15-30 inches, whereas a miniflora rose offers intermediate-sized blooms closer to the size of a floribunda. 


Shrub Rose

Shrub roses tend to sprawl wide and large, anywhere between five and 15 feet in every direction. Able to withstand harsh winters, shrub roses are notable for their cold hardiness. 


Groundcover Rose

Groundcover roses, also known as “landscape” roses, are a rose variety bred to have the best of all worlds 


Alba Rose

As one of the oldest garden roses dating back to 100 A.D., alba roses are a hybrid style that offers tall, graceful bushes with cool-tone blue-green foliage.  


Bourbon Rose

 Bourbon roses feature wonderful full blooms, which can be found in a variety of hues and shades of white, pink and red.  

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