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<i>Rosa chinensis</i> var. <i>semperflorens</i> rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "The Genus Rosa" by Ellen Willmott, Part V, 1911, tab 30, p. 88. Drawing by Alfred Parsons Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
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Uploaded 21 NOV 16
<i>Rosa indica</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Rosenzeitung", May 1919, p. 33
Uploaded 15 AUG 16
<i>Rosa chinensis</i> Jacq. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "The Genus Rosa" by Ellen Willmott, Part V, 1911, tab 26, facing p. 79. Drawing by Alfred Parsons Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 21 NOV 16
R. semperflorens rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "The Beauties of Flora", 1834, plate 14. Courtesy Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture. UW Madison Libraries.
Uploaded 17 JAN 16
<i>Rosa indica</i> L. rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Transaction of the Horticultural Society of London", 1842, p. 245: "Observations upon the Effect of...the Frost...in England in the Winter of 1837-8" [• indicates that a plant has been entirely killed, or so nearly so that it was not worth preserving ; Ø that it was much injured, but not killed ; o that it was uninjured, or hurt in no considerable degree.] Courtesy of the Biodiversity Heritage Library
Uploaded 28 OCT 16
<i>Rosa chinensis</i> var. <i>semperflorens</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
Rosa diversifolia Vent. in "Descrition des plantes nouvelles et peu connues, cultivées dans le jardin de J.M. Cels", E. P. Ventenat, t.35, 1802
Uploaded 6 OCT 14
R. semperflorens rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Bilderbuch für Kinder", by J. F. Bertuch, Vol. 4, 1802, No. 74
Uploaded 28 SEP 16
R. chinensis rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Observationum Botanicarum part 3, t. 55 (1768) Nicolaus Joseph Jacquin p. 7 ROSA germinibus ovatis, pedunculis, foliolisque utrinque glabris; ramis petiolisque aculeatis. A Rosa indica ex Linnaei descriptione praecipue discriminatur foliolorum omnimoda nitidaque glabritie, & laciniarum calycis ciliata villositate. A congeneribus reliquis differt momentis aliis facileque dignoscendis. Plures rami in specimine Gronoviano eidem chartae adglutinati sunt. In omnibus folium vere pinnatum desideratur: at habentur folia superiora ternata simpliciter; inferiora aucta hinc foliolo atque adeo pinnata, illinc eodem distituta. COROLLAE Color videtur suisse ruber. Jacquin distinguished this species from Rosa indica L which lacked stipules.
Uploaded 22 MAR 14
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