To distinguish roses by varieties, it is enough to compare their external characteristics.
Floribunda is a group of cultivars that are similar in cup-like stuffed flowers. Inflorescences usually consist of several buds. They are distinguished by long flowering and frost resistance.
Hybrid tea roses can be recognized by the goblet flower. One bud adorns one shoot. These are heat-loving plants with a wonderful delicate aroma.
Climbing roses are distinguished by their long, curling shoots and abundant repetitive flowering.
Patio roses are characterized by a small bush size (no higher than 50 cm) and small single flowers. During the season, they manage to bloom several times and do not hibernate in the open field.
Polyanthus (border) roses have a spreading low bush and a large number of crumbs-bunots.