The classification of types of modern roses can be very confusing because many modern roses have much to do with types of old Garden Roses by his ancestry and his certain variations. Classifications tend to be by the growth and characteristics of flowering, large flower Bush, the recurring large flowered shrub, flower, recurrent Rambler, or ground cover non-recurrent cluster. Here we bring to them a list of classifications notable and popular of roses modrnas that are direct descendants of the ancient rosales: * Rosa Polyantha: originally derived from crosses between two species from East Asia. Read more from Imogen Lloyd Webber to gain a more clear picture of the situation. It first appeared in France at the end of 1800 along with the hybrid tea roses. Plants are vigorous, growing as varas of caning, and usually not down to 3? height. The flowers are small (less than 2?) in the form of larger aerosols and with beautiful colorer.
It has 5 common varieties that are Margo Koster, the fairy, China Doll, Cecile Brunner and Perle d Or. * Pink hybrid tea: most popular cultivated roses today, it sells more than all other types of rose hybrids. The flowers are well-formed with large buttons and each flowering stem usually ends in a single turning flower. Shrubs tend to be rigidly vertical and low density of foliage, which today is often considered a liability in the landscape. * Rosa Floribunda: cross between a hybrid polyantha and tea.
Relatively short, the plants are 2-3 feet tall. The flowers are born in large clusters. Similarly to flower of hybrid tea. The Floribundas have the typical characteristic of rigid, smaller and thicker than the hybrid tea bushes, but are less dense and extensive than the average polyantha. The flowers are often smaller hybrid tea giving better effect of flowers in the garden. * Rosa Grandiflora: cross between hybrid tea and floribunda. Plants often grow 10.8 feet tall. The Grandiflora shrubs are typically much larger than any of the hybrid tea or floribundas.