flo·ri·bun·da noun \ˌflȯr-ə-ˈbən-də\
: any of various bush roses with large flowers in open clusters that derive from crosses of polyantha and tea roses
Origin of FLORIBUNDA
New Latin, feminine of floribundus
First Known Use: 1898
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