Floribundas are in their own classification category and were created by hybridizing tea and polyanthas.
They retain some of polyantha’s hardiness and produce bouquet-like clusters of flowers. The individual blossoms are smaller than those of hybrid teas, but you generally get more of them per plant.
Floribundas tend to do better in cold and wet weather than hybrid teas and bloom continually, rather than in cycles of every six to seven weeks like hybrid teas do. They are also much easier to care for and offer practically a hands-free experience.