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<i>Rosa moschata</i> var. <i>nastarana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Johno
SPECIES ROSE COLLECTION, TIMARU BOTANIC GARDENS, NZ. . ROSA MOSCHATA NASTARANA
Uploaded 5 MAR 18
<i>Rosa moschata</i> var. <i>nastarana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Revue Horticole, p. 314 (1880)
Uploaded 28 APR 17
<i>Rosa moschata</i> var. <i>nastarana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Johno
SPECIES ROSE COLLECTION, TIMARU BOTANIC GARDENS, NZ. ROSA MOSCHATA NASTARANA
Uploaded 5 MAR 18
Pissardii rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
The Garden (Sept 2, 1916) The Roses of August “White Lady” Among the perpetual climbers, Lady Waterlow, with its handsome foliage and delicately tinted flowers, is looking its best. The ole Papillon and the pink and white Pissardis are flowering very freely; so also are the bright pink Hybrid Teas Dawn and Lina Schmidt-Michel.
Uploaded 21 NOV 16
<i>Rosa moschata</i> var. <i>nastarana</i> rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Johno
SPECIES ROSE COLLECTION, TIMARU BOTANIC GARDENS, NZ. ROSA MOSCHATA NASTARANA
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Uploaded 5 MAR 18
Pissardii rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Gardening Illustrated 9:166 (June 4, 1887) A LITTLE-KNOWN SINGLE ROSE—ROSA PISARTI. A beautiful and comparatively recent addition to the list of the lovely single Roses is the above-named kind. It has slender and very spiny branches, which have a tendency to droop. The flowers, which are pure white, are sweetly scented, and produced in profusion in the manner represented in the accompanying engraving; so plentifully, indeed, are they borne that they are said to give the bushes, when in full flower, the appearance of masses of snow. Like the beautiful R. Brunoniana, rugosa, and a few others, it will make a capital object for planting singly on a lawn, a position in which its beauty would be shown off to the best advantage. It is said to flower not only abundantly, but continuously, for several months. This species was named in compliment to M. Pisart, gardener to the Shah of Persia, at Teheran, to the gardens of which it has been introduced from Guiland, a locality near to the Caspian Sea. It is said to be extremely hardy, therefore its extended culture in our midst is greatly to be desired. Note: This comment was written in England after the reblooming R. Godefroyae had already become confused with its parent, the once-blooming R. pissardi.
Uploaded 20 NOV 16
<i>Rosa moschata</i> var. <i>nastarana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Revue Horticole, p. 315 (1880)
Uploaded 28 APR 17
Nastarana rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of hmfusr
14 November 2012 Werribee State Rose Garden. Subject as per Margaret Furness' photos.
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Uploaded 19 FEB 13
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