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Striped monthly rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
George Ehret 1740s
Uploaded 11 days ago
Viridiflora rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
I giardini : giornale d'orticoltura facing, vol. 2, p. 530 (1855)
Uploaded 6 NOV
<i>R. racemosa</i> Andr. synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Roses: or a Monograph of the Genus Rosa (1805) H. C. Andrews ROSA menstrua, Var. flore racemoso. Monthly Rose, Cluster-flowered Variety. CHARACTER SPECIFICUS ROSA, germinibus oblongis, saepeflorens, racemosa, fragrans; pedunculis petiolisque hispidis, et glandulosis; aculeis ramorum sparsis, rectis; foliolis oblongis, subtus villosis. SPECIFIC CHARACTER ROSE, with oblong seed-buds, often flowering, clustered, sweet-scented; the peduncles and petioles are hispid and glandular; the prickles of the branches are scattered and straight; the leaflets are of an oblong form, and villous beneath. THIS cluster-flowered Variety is undoubtedly the most attractive of that species of Rose denominated Monthly. To its fine abundant and frequent bloom is attached a fragrance of unequivocal sweetness, for which it is much esteemed. It bears so great a resemblance to the Damask Rose, that we are strongly induced to regard it as a continuation of that species, and have but little doubt, if the flowers were dried and analysed, they would be found to contain the same medicinal virtues. The title of Monthly is certainly a term of latitude with regard to flowering; for, in the literal sense, it should imply a perpetually blooming Rose; which undoubtedly a Rose must be that blossoms every month; but this is by no means the case with the present species, although in mild seasons it may be found in bloom in December or January; which gives it a decided superiority over many of the summer species. Our figure was taken from a fine blooming specimen in the month of September, at the nursery of Messrs. Whitley and Brames, Old Brompton.
Uploaded 28 NOV
Philippe rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
From Redoute's 'Choix de soixante roses' (1836)
Uploaded 6 NOV
<i>R. racemosa</i> Andr. synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Roses: or a Monograph of the Genus Rosa (1805) H. C. Andrews ROSA racemosa. Clustered Rose, or Rose of the four Seasons. CHARACTER SPECIFICUS. ROSA, germinibus sub-rotundis, laeviter glandulosa, pedunculis hispido-glandulosis, saepe florentibus, racemosis, laete rubro-purpureis; foliolis ovatis, subtus villosis; aculeis ramorum sparsis, rectis. SPECIFIC CHARACTER. ROSE, with roundish seed-buds, slightly glandular, peduncles hispidly glandular, often blooming, clustered, and of a bright red purple; leaflets are ovate, and villous beneath; the prickles of the branches are scattered and straight. THIS very desirable Rose was introduced from France under the title of La Rose de quatre Saisons, and which we conceive to be an appropriate term, as it refers with some degree of accuracy to the frequency of its flowering. For although it is not in flower all the year, yet it is found blooming in every season; a circumstance of rare occurrence, and (the Chinese or Indian Rose excepted) only to be found in the species called the Monthly Rose, from which analogy alone, the Rose of the four Seasons has been by many supposed to be only the Clustered-flowered Monthly under a new name; but to this it has not the slightest affinity except in its foliage, being in every other respect most particularly distinct. It is also a scarcer rose, and by no means so well known as it deserves to be. The figure was taken from a fine plant in the nursery of Messrs. Loddiges, Hackney.
Uploaded 28 NOV
Bengale à grandes feuilles rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
From Redoute's 'Choix de soixante roses' (1836)
Uploaded 6 NOV
Grande Duchesse Adelaïde de Luxembourg rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Dingee & Conard Co, New Guide to Rose Culture. 1894 Grande-Duchesse Adelaide de Luxembourg (Introduced 1893).--Probably one of the best and most desirable varieties for bedding in the list of new Roses, being of a practically dwarf, compact habit of growth; flowers very large, full and imbricated; color a delicate shade of canary yellow; center very bright and shining (see cut). 25 cts. each
Uploaded 24 NOV
Madame Falcot rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
1884 Roses et Rosiers Prints by E. Donnaud
Uploaded 5 NOV
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