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'Madame Antoine Mari' rose References
Website/Catalog  (1938)  Page(s) 21.  
Tea. Mme Antoine Mari (A. Mari 01). Mildew-free, elongated bud, cream-white, shaded pink. Forcing sort. Excellent autumn-bloomer.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 454.  
Mari, Mme. Antoine (tea) Mari 1901; tender flesh-pink, shaded and striped white, center cream-white, outer petals often shaded red, large, 3/4-full, camellia-form, opens, solitary, fragrance 3/10, very floriferous, continuous bloom, thick buds, slim branches, growth 6/10, well-branched. Sangerhausen
Article (magazine)  (1931)  Page(s) 104.  
Mme Antoine Mari:- Ground colour white, shaded off to pink, very disease resistant, makes a very large bush, easy up to 9 feet and as much through; she simply covers herself with blooms, while the buds are perfect; at one time was included in the first 18 garden roses by the NRS of NSW.
Website/Catalog  (1929)  Page(s) 35.  
Tea Roses
These are the original Everblooming Roses, from which the Hybrid Teas... have descended. They are less hardy and need careful protection in severe climates, but they bloom more freely. These Roses are best suited to the warmer parts of the country, and southern planters should rely upon them to a large extent because of their continuous bloom, resistance to disease, and their great beauty of flower. In the North they make fine pot plants.
Madame Antoine Mari. Tea. (Mari, 1901.) Flesh-colored blooms, opening with lilac and rose shadings, and very well-formed; somewhat fragrant. Plant strong, with remarkably healthy and persistent foliage, and a profuse bloomer throughout the season. Hardy for a Tea.
Flowers are small and discolor badly in the fall but are rather pleasing at times. Recommended for mild, dry regions.
Website/Catalog  (1925)  Page(s) 6.  
Mme Antoine Marie, vigorous growth, white with some pink, forcing rose, awarded in Amsterdam, tea rose
Website/Catalog  (1924)  Page(s) 42.  
General List. (133) Mme. Antoine Mari (Tea. Mari 1900) 1. or 2. Rosy pink, washed and shaded with white. It is a most profuse bloomer bearing flowers of good shape right into the winter, with a practically disease-proof foliage and vigorous growth. Unless well grown the stems are frequently weak, and the flowers small. While many people do not like the colour, it is probably the most profuse and continuous sort in the list. Everywhere.
Website/Catalog  (1922)  Page(s) 29.  
General List. (130) Madame Antoine Mari (T.) (Mari) 1 or 2. Rosy pink, washed and shaded with white. This Rose divides the National Rose Society of N.S. Wales into two fairly even parties. Those in favour claim it to be a most profuse bloomer, bearing flowers of good shape right into winter, with a practically disease-proof foliage and vigorous growth. The "Anti's" say the purple shade in the pink is not a clean colour, that stems are weak, the flowers small. All these points are correct, but the faults largely disappear when the plant is extra well grown.
Magazine  (Jul 1921)  Page(s) 229.  
MADAME ANTOINE MARI (A. Mari, 1900), arbuste très vigoureux, fleur grande, très bien faite, coloris blanc légèrement teinte de rose.
Website/Catalog  (1920)  Page(s) 25.  
Tea-scented Roses. Madame Antpine Mari, rose washed white
Article (magazine)  (1919)  Page(s) 72.  
Madame Antoine Mari is a most charming variety. I think if I were restricted to one Tea Rose this would be my favourite. It is not exactly an ideal bedder, for its growth is very dense and some-what diffused, but its blossoms are so beautiful. The colours are white and lively rose pink, the latter colour pervading mostly the outer petals. What appeals to me is the glorious almost evergreen foliage, which accentuates the beauty of its lovely blossoms, and the buds are very refined.
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