Rosa ‘Anita Pereire’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Modern shrubby rose

Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza


English translation by Mario Beltramini



Known also a ‘Single White’, the rose ‘Anita Pereire’ was created in France by Orard who dedicated it in 1996 to the distinguished paysagiste.

It is in fact a variety quite suitable for shaping the look of the gardens creating bright cascades of white flowers all over the vegetative period. A groundcover, with 1 m roundish tufts, and solid glossy dark green foliage.

Simple, 5-6 cm corollas, in bud together, with more cycles, one close to the other, with their 4-8 immaculate petals in elegant contrast with the golden yellow of the stamens.

Rare thing in the landscape roses, the flowers have even a slight fragrance.

Variety denomination : ORAdiwu

Awards :

1996 - Médaille d’Or Bagatelle Rose Trials

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