Cinco de Mayo is floribunda with a smokey, rusty red-orange that can look faded. This is a descendent of the 2006 AARS award-winning Julia Child rose. Cinco de Mayo has a similar coloring to Hot Chocolate (a hybrid tea) and these are wonderful companion roses.
Cinco de Mayo blooms in the hottest of summer when other roses cannot stand the heat. It was hybridized by Tom Carruth and is introduced by Weeks Roses of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Here is Cinco De Mayo taken on May 5, 2014. The yellow rose in the background is Centennial, a grandiflora that does wonderfully well in Texas.