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- noun Any of several hybrid roses bearing numerous single or double flowers.
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- noun A
rose cultivar, having large sprays of small flowers, made by crossing polyanthaand hybrid tea rose varieties.
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I grow the Japanese Wisteria floribunda, as I prefer the greater length of the racemes, but the Chinese W sinensis is good for this slightly earlier awakening.
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Wisteria floribunda 'Alba' with Clematis 'Lasurstern'
This transition zone exhibits a combination of vegetation types and species slowing the gradient from arid to humid species including Pisonis floribunda, Psidium galapageium and P. galapageium with Scalesia trees.
Other trees in this zone include the endemic guayabillo (Psidium galapageium) and paga paga (Pisonia floribunda).
Fair Bianca, a white floribunda (so named because it produces multiple blooms on one stem), carries a spicy anise scent.
This is followed by woody shrubs, such as Adenaria floribunda, Alchornea castanaefolia, and Salix martiana, then by early successional trees, such as Annona hypoglauca, Astrocaryum jauari, and Cecropia latiloba.
‘Farm bush’ vegetation is made up of fast growing pioneers, including common species such as Funtumia africana, Holarrhena floribunda and Pycnanthus angolensis.
Wisteria x floribunda Japanese wisteria is one of the best choices for flowers now.
Common tree species include Pterocymbium tinctorium, Pterospermum diversifolium, Hymenodictyon spp., and Garuga floribunda.