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Discussion id : 81-919
most recent 1 DEC 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 1 DEC 14 by CybeRose
Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge Vol. 4(2), April 2005, pp. 208-220
Traditional practices of herbal medicines in the Lahaul valleys,
Himachal Himalayas
Virendra Singh & N.S.Chauhan

38. Rosa foetida Herrm (Rosaceae)
Locality: Keylong (Alt 3000 m)
Local name: Gulab
Plant is liked for its beautiful rich scented yellow flowers. A native of western Asia, has now naturalized in the cultivated areas of Keylong.
Flowering: June-September
Uses: Fruit is used to treat dysentery and weakness. Fruit is also taken orally to treat.
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Discussion id : 76-495
most recent 6 FEB 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 6 FEB 14 by CybeRose
Histoire générale des plantes contenant XVIII ... - Page 105-106
Jacques Dalechamps, Jean Des Moulins – 1615

Le Rose jaune ou doree est ainsi nommee à cause de sa couleur. Elle a la fleur & la couleur d’autre façon que les autres: car ses fueilles son petites, rondes, de couleur de vert-brun, fort decoupees; dont les pointes sont quasi poignantes. Ses branches sont bien garnies d’espines, la fleur est doree ou jaune, semblable aux autres quant au reste, sinon qu’elle n’est pas double comme celles de jardin; mais n’a que cinq fueilles. Elle a une odeur fort mal-plaisante, don’t nature a eu grand tort d’avoir privé une si belle fleur de l’odeur qu’elle devoit avoir comme les autres Roses ; car si elle sentoit bon, elle ne tien droit pas le dernier rang entre les belles fleurs. Il en croist en Italie, & despuis quelques temps en çà on en commence à planter au jardins.
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Discussion id : 73-237
most recent 26 JUL 13 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 JUL 13 by Tessie
Proven to be drought tolerant in rose trials conducted by Robert Mattock Roses on the island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean, http://www.robertmattockroses.com/ibiza.asp

In the species shrub category, below is a list found to be drought tolerant in these trials:

R. foetida bicolour
R foetida
R. harison ’Harison’s Yellow’
R. hemispherica
R. nitida
R. rugosa Alba
R. rugosa Rubra
R. spinosissima
R. spinosissima ‘Grandiflora’
R. eglanteria

Melissa
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Discussion id : 63-122
most recent 31 MAR 12 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 31 MAR 12 by CybeRose
Gardeners’ Chronicle. June 20, 1908, p. 408
Rosa lutea.—In June, 1906, Mr. A. W. Sutton, F.L.S., showed before the Committee dried specimens of a yellow Rose which had been named at Kew Rosa Eglanteria (= R. lutea) from Baalbec. Mr. Sutton subsequently obtained through a lady missionary at Baalbec some pods and shoots of this Rose, but they were dead when they arrived. Later, however, he received other seeds, from which three plants had been reared, and which were now flowering in his garden. He exhibited a flower of a beautiful clear yellow colour, measuring 3 inches in diameter. A full account of the history of this plant, which Colonel PRAIN thought when he saw the dried specimens from Baalbec to be identical with the Indian Rose Eglanteria, is given in the Gardeners' Chronicle, July, 1906.
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