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The name of the remontant rose (or Rosa hybrida bifera) is derived from the characteristic of reflowering ("reassembling"). Since many historical roses only flower once a year, the Remontant roses are also called the link between Old Roses and Modern Roses. Almost all classes of Historical Roses were involved in the development of the Remontant Roses.

The colour palette of the flowers ranges from white, pink, purple, crimson to multicoloured (e.g. Ferdinand Picard). The growth is often shrubby. Most varieties are fragrant, but in some cases more emphasis has been placed on the colour rather than the fragrance.

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