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Discussion id : 94-322
most recent 9 AUG 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 9 AUG 16 by CybeRose
Flora boreali-americana: sistens caracteres plantarum quas in America septentrionali collegit et detexit Andreas Michaux. pp. 295-296 (1803)

André Michaux

LAEVIGATA. R. glaberrima: subgeminatim aculeate: foliis 3-5 foliatis, subenerviis: stipulae angustae mucronibus subulatis: calyce ovato, promisse hispidissimo, laciniis integris.

OBS. Aculei in ramis passim geminati, recurvi; uno in petioles: foliola lanceolato-ovalia, laevigata: calyces tubus spinis gracilibus longisque hispidus.

HAB. in Georgia.
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Discussion id : 94-286
most recent 8 AUG 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 AUG 16 by CybeRose
Systema vegetabilium, editio decima tertia (1774) p. 394 [p. 474 in the 1784 edition cited in Hort. Kew.]
Carl von Linné

(sinica) R. germin. subglobosis glabris, pedunc. aculeatis hispidis, caule petiolisque aculeatis, calycinis foliolis lanceolatis subpetiolatis.

(Is this really Rosa laevigata?)
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 8 AUG 16 by jedmar
Lindley distinguishes R. sinica and R. laevigata, but later authors have it as a synonym. Lindley has R. sinica Ait. as a synonym of R. ternata Poiret, who says "Le fruit est assez gros, un peu rétréci vers la base, et couvert, ainsi que le pédoncule, d'un grand nombre de poils roussâtres, roides, non-glanduleux, mais effilés comme dans le robinia hispida." Prickly fruit conforms to R. laevigata, however. It seems Aiton had the incorrect fruit in his hands.
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Discussion id : 94-285
most recent 5 AUG 16 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 5 AUG 16 by CybeRose
I am curious about the glabrous hips.

Hortus Kewensis vol. 2, pp. 203-204 (1789)
10. (sinica) R. germinibus subglobosis glabris, pedunculis aculeatis hispidis, caule petiolisque aculeatis, calycinis foliolis lanceolatis subpetiolatis. Syst. veget. 474.
Chinese Rose.
Nat. of China.
Cult. 1759, by Mr. Philip Miller.
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Discussion id : 85-764
most recent 8 JUN 15 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 8 JUN 15 by JennyW
Wondering how often R. laevigata sets hips? For the first time I have seen two yellow, bristly hips on my plant. North-Central Victoria, Australia
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 8 JUN 15 by Robert Neil Rippetoe
It set hips regularly for me.
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