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Louette, Ivan

Article (website) published 2002.

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Article (website) published 20 Dec 2004.

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Article (website) published 29 May 1999.

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Article (website) published 1 Mar 2005.

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Article (website) published 16 Feb 2005.

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Article (website) published 2004.

This article shows that old herbarium specimen of roses collected in Egypt, China and Laos are very similar or nearly identical in their botanical characters to the rose today called 'Rose Edward', considered the ancestor of all Bourbon roses. Photographs of 'Rose Edward' live plants and in herbarium specimens are compared to these ancient materials and extracts about the 'Sebba'auy' rose from Gunnar Täckholm's paper "Egyptian Garden Roses in Schweinfürth's Herbarium" are cited along with the original illustration of this ancient rose. A short study is added about japanese cultivated roses specimens sent to Crépin at the end of the XIXth Century (at the Meiji Period), and which he considered to be R. gallica x indica

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