Definition of polyantha
: any of numerous dwarf hybrid roses characterized by many large clusters of small flowers
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Other red roses to consider for your garden are the floribundas Lavaglut and Trumpeter; the shrub rose, Home Run; Wing-Ding, an engine-red polyantha, and Cooper, a 2016 medium red miniflora.
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Origin and Etymology of polyantha
New Latin, from Greek polyanthos blooming
First Known Use: 1889See Words from the same year
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