Definition of floribunda
: any of various bush roses with large flowers in open clusters that derive from crosses of polyantha and tea roses
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This floribunda always seems to be covered in huge, white, billowy profusions of blooms.
Quince, elderberry, and floribunda rose are just a few of the key components to the scent.
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Origin and Etymology of floribunda
New Latin, feminine of floribundus flowering freely
First Known Use: 1898See Words from the same year
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