Large, curvaceous blooms grow in clusters on Grandiflora type roses. They are a cross between the floriforous Floribunda--from which they get the multiple blooms per stem--and the cut-flower favorite, Hybrid Tea--which passed down the plant height and perfect flower form. If you want big clusters of impressive, showy flowers for your fresh bouquets, Grandifloras are a great way to go. They also do well in the landscape, as they tend to grow very tall. When we add Grandiflora roses to our selection, we work hard to find beautiful colors and flower forms, strong performances and clean, disease-resistant foliage.