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<I>Hulthemia persica</I> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
Loubert, July 2010
Uploaded 1 AUG 10
<I>Lowea berberifolia</I> Lindley Synonym rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Cass
Lowea berferifolia Lindley, from Tab 1261, Edwards's Botanical Register, vol. 15 (1829), courtesy of botanicus.org and Missouri Botanical Garden. See References for Lindley's famous quote about how difficult Rosa persica is to grow.
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R. berberifolia rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Rosenzeitung", 1888, p. 72. Digitized by Google.
Uploaded 17 APR 09
<I>Hulthemia persica</I> rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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R. simplicifolia rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Manuel complet de l'amateur de roses" by Boitard, 1836 Digitized by Google.
Uploaded 20 FEB 09
<I>Hulthemia persica</I> rose photo
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<i>Rosa berberifolia</i> Pall. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cass
Rosa berberifolia figured in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Tab 7096 (1890): "Fig. 1, Petal ; 2 and 3, stamens; 4, carpel; 5, fruit; 6, achene :— all but fig. 5 enlarged." Courtesy of botanicus.org and Missouri Botanical Garden.
<I>Hulthemia persica</I> rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Arno
May, 12th, 2008. - Comparing the flowers of two types of Rosa persica: Type 1, the left one, is from Taschkent, type 2, the right one, from Persia. Type 1 has a bigger stigma, purple or burgundy stamina (!) and more and straight prickles on the stems. The leaflets are a bit deeper serrated. Type 2 has a smaller stigma, yellow stamina and less prickles, that are thicker and "crooked" on the stems. The leaflets are less serrated. The origin of the two types should be a few thousand km apart! (I think this is the first comparing that has been ever done on different types of persica.)
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