grandiflora

noun gran·di·flo·ra \ ˌgran-də-ˈflȯr-ə \

Definition of grandiflora

: a bush rose derived from crosses of floribunda and hybrid tea roses and characterized by production of blooms both singly and in clusters on the same plant

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Origin and Etymology of grandiflora

New Latin, from Latin grandis great + flor-, flos flower — more at blow


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