Grandiflora roses are a cross between floribunda and hybrid tea roses. Grandifloras typically have long stems with clusters of flowers on the top. A grandiflora rose bush will usually range between 4 and 6 feet tall. The blooms on a grandiflora rose are traditionally used in cut flower arrangements. Grandiflora roses are ideal for cutting, and garden display. They are consistent rebloomers, grow to various shapes and heights, and come in a wide range of colors. For the most part, Grandifloras are generally hardier than hybrid teas and suffer less from winter kill. It is ideal as a background or border planting and they are also excellent as a solo specimen in a prominent location. They are well suited in mixed plantings when combined with hybrid teas, floribundas, and shrub roses.