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<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
September 30, 2017 A close-up of the ripe hips on plants growing in hedgerows near Chester, England. This branch had hips in singles and clusters. The plant was covered in hips, so must have been spectacular in bloom. I have gathered several dozen hips for seed extraction. I will stratify them and start them this spring. I know the flower color can be variable on this species. I plant to cross the best seedlings with some Austin roses in my collection.
Uploaded 30 SEP
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "New Kre├╝terbuch" by Leonhart Fuchs, 1543, p. 654: Rosa canina (left) and Rosa gallica (right)
Uploaded 16 DEC
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jeffrey
September 30, 2017 Plants growing in hedgerows discovered on a walk just outside Chester, England where I am attending school. Plants were scrambling through mixed stands of hazel, pyracantha, hawthorn and blackberry. The plant is overshadowed by oaks and chestnut trees, The quantity of hips suggests this is a very floriferous plant. The hips are still firm, though some have begun to soften.
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Uploaded 30 SEP
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "The Genus Rosa" by Ellen Willmott, Part XX, 1912, tab 126, p. 381. Drawing by Alfred Parsons. Courtesy of archive.org
Uploaded 20 NOV
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Nouveau Duhamel", by Loiseleur-Deslongchamps, Vol. VII, 1819, pl. 11

Courtesy of Biblioteca Digital del Real Jardin Botanico

Uploaded 18 DEC
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Flora Parisiensis" by J. B. F. Bulliard, Vol. 3, 1778, tab 276. Courtesy of archive.org.
Uploaded 4 OCT 16
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Nouveau Duhamel", by Loiseleur-Deslongchamps, Vol. VII, 1819, pl. 11: Rosa canina (top), Rosa sepium (bottom)

Courtesy of Biblioteca Digital del Real Jardin Botanico

Uploaded 18 DEC
<i>Rosa canina</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Taschenbuch der Arzneipflanzen etc." by Julius Leo, 1827, Vol. 2, plate 125: 1. A blooming stem in natural size, 2. The ripe fruit, 3. A pistil, 4. A seed.
Uploaded 3 OCT 16
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