'Rosa glutinosa Sibth. & Sm.' rose References
Book (1997) Page(s) 197.
R. pulverulenta, R. glutinosa , Introduced 1821... small pinkish-white single flowers... foliage smells of pine...
Book (Apr 1993) Page(s) 507.
R. glutinosa Sibthorp & Smith, Species (Old Garden Rose), Flowers pink, small; pine-scented, ('Pine-Scented Rose'; R. calabrica Burnat & Gremli; R. ferox Regel, not others; R. libanotica Boissier; R. pulverulenta von Bierberstein; R. pustulosa Bertolini; 1821. Allied to R. eglanteria...
Book (1988) Page(s) 154.
location 150/1, R. glutinosa Sibt. & Smith, SOUTHERN WINE-ROSE, CANINAE, Meditteranean region, Balkans, Anatolia, 1821, light pink, single, mild fragrance, medium size, solitary or cluster-flowered, late-blooming, bushy, upright, branched, 0.7-1.0 m, many prickles, 5-9 leaflets, bright red medium size fruit
Book (1971) Page(s) 371. Includes photo(s).
R.glutinosa Smith in Sib th., Fl. Graec. Prodr. I (1806) 318; Boiss., Fl. Or. 11(1872) 679; Crep. in Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg. XXIX, 2 (1890) 14.- R. pulverulenta M. B., Fl. taur.-cauc. I (1808) 399 et III (1819) 344; Crep., I.e. XVIII (1879) 265, 384.- R.ferox Rgl. in A. H. P. V, f . II (1878) 348 p. p., non M. B.- Ic: Sibth., Fl. Graec. (1806) tab. 482; M. B., Cent. PI. rar. Ross, merid., II (1832) tab. LXII. - Ex.: HFRNo.2144,
Low shrub, 10—100 cm high, with rigid branches; prickles dense, unequal, rather thin, basally abruptly broadened, rather erect, rarely somewhat curved, larger prickles miixed with abundant very dense bristles and glands, these obsolete on old shoots; leaves 2.5— 10 cm long, often viscid; leaflets small, 5—7, orbicular -ovate, obovate or orbicular, obtuse, acute but short-glandular -bidentate, glabrous or more or less pubescent, both sides densely covered with glands, larger above than beneath; petioles generally pubescent, distinctly aculeate and glandular; stipules large, glandular -ciliate, with divergent auricles. Flowers solitary, rarely 2 or 5, small; pedicels very short, (2)5— 7(l3) mm, remotely pubescent and — like hypanthium and lower side of sepals— sparsely covered with thin, long spicules and stalked glands subtended by ovate bracts; sepals often pinnate, with 1—4 narrow pinnules on each side; corolla 3—4 cm in diameter, pink; style heads tomentose; fruit ovoid or subglobose, red, 1—2.5 cm in dianaeter, crowned by erect persistent sepals. June— July. (Plate XXX, Figure 5).
Herbaceous and on mountain slopes overgrow/^n by shrubs, subalpine meadows and pastures. — Caucasus: Cisc, Dag., W., E. and S. Transc. Gen. distr.: Med., Bal.-As. Min., Iran. Described from Crete. Type in London.
Note . The leaflets of the USSR plant differ in shape from those of the authentic type of R. glutinosa, which appear to be consistently rounded. Eventually it will have to be called R. pulverulenta M. B.