In this group are the bush roses which produce many blooms in clusters on each stem. They make very colourful bedding displays and some of the more heavily petalled are good for cutting. They flower almost continually from June until late September and often
much later if there are no severe frosts. By pruning to 23 - 30cm each Spring and looking after the plants, they should last for 20 years or more. The height and fragrance classification is the same as for the Hybid Tea.
Height Guide: T = Tall (over 120cm), M = Medium 92-120cm), S = Small (75cm)