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'Splendens' rose References
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 502.  
 
Myrrhscented (arvensis) ? ? ; flesh-white, climbing habit. = Splendens.
Book  (1936)  Page(s) 677.  
 
Splendens (arvensis) ? ? ; flesh-white, stained red, climbing habit. = Myrrh scented.
Book  (1935)  Page(s) 85.  
 
Ruga was a very popular rose years past as were three other Ayrshires which should be found somewhere: Bennett's Seedling.... Dundee Rambler....Splendens, pale flesh, buds crimson when young, flowers double, globular, the crimson buds and globular form of bloom distinguishing it from Ruga.
Book  (1909)  Page(s) 253.  
 
Rosiers d'Ayrshire.
Splendens ou à odeur de Myrrhe, fleurs blanc carné, grosse.
Book  (1902)  Page(s) 59.  
 
Some of the Best Old Garden Roses...Climbing Cluster Roses; known as Ayrshire, Hybrids of sempervirens, Musk, &c.....
Splendens; warm white.
Book  (1899)  Page(s) 167.  
 
Splendens, Ayrshire, carné
Magazine  (1895)  Page(s) 135.  
 
R. A. var. Splendens.- An exceedingly vigorous-growing variety, with medium-sized white flowers, slightly tinged with pink.
Magazine  (1881)  Page(s) 353.  
 
[From the article "Landrosen" by Rudolf Geschwind]
...pillar roses....R. arvensis: Splendens...
Book  (1877)  Page(s) 64.  
 
Splendens is a variety with very large cupped flowers of a creamy blush ; this rose has the peculiar 'myrrh scented' fragrance.
Book  (1873)  Page(s) 194.  
 
Splendens, (scandens), flesh-coloured, crimson buds; very floriferous. Due to her vigorous growth excellently suitable for a rapid covering of walls etc., as well as for tall pyramids and pillars.
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