The Maria Stern Rose are brightly colored orange/vermilion Hybrid tea roses. These orange roses are one of the "subzero" roses bred by Dr. Brownell.
It is a very vigorous and floriferous rose with beautiful scalloped edged flowers. The velvety orange colored flowers have a hint of coral, and a bold, spicy fragrance.
The lovely flowers do not fade in the hot sun, but hold their color
This is a great Hybrid Tea rose bush that seems to have it all: a
fantastic color,prolific blooms, it is very tolerant of summer heat, is
disease resistant (especially to Black spot), and has extreme hardiness!
Type Hybrid Tea Rose
Hybridizer Brownell US 1969
Growth Habits vigorous grower. Can grow 3-4"tall by 4' wide
Blooms Velvety, Salmon Orange with a hint of Coral. Flower size is 4 1/2"-5" across
Foliage Deep, rich, glossy green
Fragrance Strong Fruity and sweet fragrance
Hardy zone zone 3-10
The flowers appear mostly in singles, but sometimes of groups of two and three, from Spring through late Fall.
This great Hybrid tea rose
owes it's vigor and hardiness to some great ancestors. Among them is
"Queen Elizabeth", "Dr. W. Van Fleet", "General Jacqueminot", and "Tip
Toes". You'll also find some impressive roses in it's ancestors such as " Dr. W. Van Fleet", and "Queen Elizabeth". All contribute greatly to the hardiness, vigor and floriferousness of the bush.
These orange colored roses were bred by amateurs, and then introduced in New York state.
This rose is considered extremely hardy for a hybrid tea. It is also very healthy growing, and does well in all climates. These sub-zero roses are said to be hardy to -15 degrees without protection.
They do well in both bitter cold, and scorching heat. They are also almost completely immune to rose diseases such as black spot.
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