The floribunda rose was born in the early twentieth century by the union between Tea and Polyanthe hybrids. After the Hybrids of Tea, floribunda roses are the ones most present in the gardens and the most sold in nurseries and specialized stores. They are refining plants, very branched, having large flowers that gather and form large bunches, usually medium in size but in some cases they can exceed the height meter. Being rather flat and very refreshing, they are mostly used to create hedges, flower beds, decorating the edges of streets and so on. It is not particularly difficult to cultivate and there are very small varieties very suitable to be grown in pots or small spaces of balconies or terraces.