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Edmund, German physician, 1836-1914. See: Rose position.


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1. Any shrub of the genus Rosa.
2. The petals of Rosa gallica, collected before expanding; used for its agreeable odor.
[L. rosa]


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The oft-blooming ``Iceberg'' floribunda rose is ideally suited to the San Fernando Valley climate.
For mixed borders and rose beds choose bush roses, which include hybrid tea and floribunda roses, known respectively as large-flowered and cluster-flowered roses.
You can also order the floribunda roses (pictured right): One floribunda rose bush costs just pounds 3.
There's also a climbing form of this already intensely vigorous floribunda rose that can reach six or eight feet or even more with very little pruning - so give it lots of room
In the Great Marquee Fryer's Roses will be displaying a new peachy salmon floribunda rose named Dr Jo to raise money for the Dorset Kidney Fund.
Stars Samia Ghadia (hairdresser Maria) and on-screen boyfriend Alan Halsall (mechanic Tyrone) posed with the floribunda rose.
For a simple two-plant flower combination, white ``Iceberg,'' which is the most popular floribunda rose, may be successfully combined with either bluish purple statice (Limonium perezii) or velvety purple Mexican sage (Salvia leucantha).
Judy Garland'' is a floribunda rose that grows to a height of about 3 feet and whose blooms are combinations of yellow, orange and scarlet.
The rear two segments of the garden, closest to the house, are filled with two rows of fragrant orange floribunda rose varieties - Livin' Easy and Judy Garland.
Scentimental'' is a floribunda rose, which means it has a shrubby growth habit, bears enormous numbers of blooms, and is virtually free of mildew.
Close by are several ``Livin' Easy'' floribunda rose bushes.