Schwarzkopf, Daniel August
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Rose breeder and discoverer Listing last updated on 30 Sep 2016.
[From Verzeichnis ausländischer Bäume und Stauden des Lustschlosses Weissenstein bey Cassel, by Conrad Mönch, 1785, p. 111:] "The Rose. A very variable plant genus, where a lot is still missing for correction, in order to differentiate specific characteristics from the true species and varieties, and to which species These varieties belong. Mr Schwarzkopf has since 12 years sowed annually from all species which are found here [in Weissenstein], and has obtained many perceptibly new varieties. Some of this genus remains always the same, the bloom is single, and the form and habit does not change; such as the pimpinellifolia, the yellow [Rosa foetida], the drooping [Rosa pendulina], the Turkish [Rosa foetida bicolor] and the Prickly Rose. Others however, such as the Centifolia, the Damask and the French Rose provide every year new varieties."
[From Unter den Rosen, 2015, p. 108:] Daniel August Schwarzkopf (1737-1817)...died in April 1817. His son Carl Friedrich now officially took over the Position of his father as Court Gardener in Auegarten.