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An Encyclopaedia of Trees and Shrubs, being the Abridged Version of the Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum
 
(1842)  Page(s) 343.  Includes photo(s).
 
R. i. ..Blairii ...in Swt. Brit. Fl. Gard. t. 405., and our fig. 613. - Raised in 1830, by Mr. Blair, from the seeds of the yellow China rose, which had been fecundated by the pollen of the Tuscan rose. A robust plant, remarkable for the size of its leaves and flowers. Petals purple, but yellow at the base, especially towards the centre of the flower. Fragrant, and a free flowerer.
 
(1836)  Page(s) 446.  
 
Burning Coal
(1842)  
 
R. alpina...speciòsa Hort. Drummond's Thornless Rose. — A very beautiful climbing variety, raised by Mr. Drummond in the Cork Botanic Garden, about 1820.
(1842)  Page(s) 343.  
 
R. i....ochroleùca Bot. Reg. has large cream-coloured flowers, deepening almost into yellow in the centre. It was introduced by Mr. Parks in 1824, and appears to have been since lost.

R. i...flavescens.- This, Mr. Gordon [George Gordon (1806-1879), Superintendent of the Gardens of the Horticultural Society at Chiswick near London] assures us, is the true tea-scented yellow China Rose, and not the preceding variety, which is generally considered as such, and confounded with it.
(1842)  Page(s) 343.  
 
R. i...flavescens.- This, Mr. Gordon [George Gordon (1806-1879), Superintendent of the Gardens of the Horticultural Society at Chiswick near London] assures us, is the true tea-scented yellow China Rose, and not the preceding variety [Rosa indica ochroleuca], which is generally considered as such, and confounded with it.
 
(1842)  Page(s) 343.  Includes photo(s).
 
R. i. ..rùga Lindl. Bot. Reg. t. 1389., and our fig. 612.....
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