Rosa ‘Mary Ann’

Family : Rosaceae

Class : Hybrid Tea

Text and pictures © Giuseppe Mazza


English translation by Mario Beltramini



Considered by some a Floribunda because the flowers often present in small clusters, ‘Mary Ann’ is created in Germany by Christian Evers to be then commecialized in 2010 by Tantau on the German market.

Shrub not exceeding the metre, with dark green and glossy foliage.

The big flowers, called quartered because of the 41 and more petals close together in quarters, surpass the 10 cm of diametre with hues tending to orange or cherry red depending on the climate trend. They have an intense fragrance of peach.

Flowering in more cycles during the whole vegetative season.

Variety denomination : TAN04597

Awards :

2015 - Baden b. Wien/Vienna 1st Prize

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