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Just the array of novel colours in every flower can bring a smile to your face, although maybe not as many smiles as its namesake, the late George Burns. But it's a definite 'feel-good' rose; bright cheery ever-changing colours of yellow, deep red, rose pink and cream, big fragrant ruffled flowers, large clean deep glossy green foliage and a fairly compact yet free-flowering plant. More yellow shows up in moderate cool temperatures.
Floribundas are a relatively new group of roses. Introduced in 1930, the original floribundas were the result of crosses of large-flowered Hybrid Tea roses and an old-fashioned class of dwarf roses called Polyanthas. The result has been relatively compact bushes with superior hardiness and disease resistance that produce large clusters of somewhat smaller blooms. Generally speaking, Floribunda roses are bushy shrubs that produce flower clusters of 3 to 15. They are everblooming and have the same wide colour range as do the Hybrid Teas. They are especially valuable for their ability to adapt to a wide range of temperature and soil conditions. Today they are still used in large bedding schemes in public parks and similar spaces.
Our assortment of Weeks roses come in a variety of sizes and have been specially selected for their cold weather tolerance and are imported directly from Weeks Roses in California, U.S.A.- one of the largest commercial rose growers in the United States since 1938.