(1988) Page(s) 124.
Bussora a Persian rose of lovely perfume, cultivated for attar and the only Damask [Firming, Gardening in India] knew in India.
(1988) Page(s) 125. Dr. Pal
considers roses most suitable for perfume today  are 'Bussora' and 'Rose Edouard'
, while 'Gruss an Teplitz'
, a crimson rose of China derivation, has been used for experimental purposes.
(1988) Page(s) 12.
Cabbage Rose ('Rose des Peintres') developed by the Dutch from strains of existing garden varieties.
(1988) Page(s) 52.
Cécile Brunner [grows to] two feet... silvery-pink... also called the 'Sweetheart Rose'
(1988) Page(s) 52.
Climbing Cécile Brunner flowers only in summer [and grows to] 25 feet
(1988) Page(s) 13.
Charles de Mills one of the most perfect [Gallicas]
(1988) Page(s) 34.
Mentioned in the book Variety of Roses [which] was probably published during the time of Emperor Jia Qing (1796-1820): "with the development of the fertile Yang Zhou area in Yangtse River Valley... roses evolved through hybridization... this book describes ten considered most rare and precious among the thousands available at the time." [The ten roses mentioned are 'Lan Tian Bi', 'Jin Ou Fan Lu', 'Kuo Guo Dan Zhuang', 'Yu Shi Zhuang', 'Chi Long Han Zhu', 'Liu Zhao Jin Fen', 'Shui Yue Zhuang', 'Xiao Feng Chan Yue', 'Bolumi', and 'Chun Shui Lu Bo'.] Chun Shui Lu Bo... pale green...
(1988) Page(s) 12, 27. Includes photo(s).
Page 12: R. x centifolia muscosa A Centifolia sport... with mossiness on bud and flower stalk formed by a glandular, bristly growth with a rather astringent scent. It first occurred in 1696 and, being a novelty, was sought with eagerness by curious gardeners of the day.
Page 27: [Photo]
(1988) Page(s) 128.
Delhi Princess... warm pink... lovely scent...
(1988) Page(s) 51, 124.
Page 51: Devoniensis Tea/Climber 1836... bred in England
Page 124: Devoniensis [is] known as 'Victoria' in gardens about Calcutta...