'Rosa surculosa Woods' rose References
Book (2018) Page(s) 535. Includes photo(s).
Rosa canina L.
...Europe, northwestern Africa, Libanon, northeastern Irak, Caucasia, northern and western Iran, Turkey, northern Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, Kashmir, Central Asia. Very cosmopolitan in our country. Grows in Edirne, Kırklareli, Tekirdağ, İstanbul, Canakkale, Balıkesir, Kocaeli, Bursa, Bilecik, Kastamonu, Corum, Yozgat, Trabzon, Kutahya, Ankara, Afyon, Bitlis, Elazığ, Ağrı, Gumuşhane, Konya, Niğde, Kahramanmaraş, Mardin, Antalya, Hakkari regions.
Website/Catalog (24 Nov 2016)
canina, Dog Rose. pale pink, small, early. tall, red hips, zone 3
Article (misc) (2005) Page(s) 111, Table 5-1.
R. canina : Hexaploid
Book (2005) Page(s) Vol. I, p. 74, 336. Includes photo(s).
Rosaceae (Gülgiller), Rosa canina (Kuşburnu; İtgülü; Askergülü), Dog Rose. 5 petals. 1.50-3.50 m. All of Turkey. Forests, woodlands, shrubs, maquis, rocky areas. 30-1700 m. April-May. Perennial woody plant.
Book (2002) Page(s) 84.
R. canina Species, light pink. Rated 7.3
Article (magazine) (2002) Page(s) 356.
Dog Rose (Rosa canina L.). This species grows on open slopes, along mountain streams, and on forest borders. It is a xero-mesophytic shrub 1.5 to 2 m high with arched branches with green or red-brown bark. Thorns are sickle-shaped and compressed at the base. Compound leaves consist of five to seven elliptical, pointed leaflets, 5 cm long. Pink-to-white flowers are usually borne singly, and are 2 to 8 cm in diameter. Red fruits are orbicular or oblong-ovate, and glabrous. Roots contain tannin substances; flowers have flavonoids and ether oil, and fruits have carbohydrates, alcohol, vitamins C, P, E, carotenoids, tannin substances, and flavonoids.
Article (magazine) (2002) Page(s) 354.
R. canina (Dog rose). Distribution: Zailiyskei Alatau. Use: Ornamental, medicinal, food, technical plant; easily cultured.
Book (2000) Page(s) 49. Includes photo(s).
Rosa canina/’Briar Bush’/’Dog Rose’ = Commun dans les haies d’une grande moitié ouest de l’Europe… Riches en vitamines C, ils se prêtent à la confection de sirops et de gelées… cette espèce a longtemps été le porte-greffe le plus utilisé en Europe pour la production commerciale des rosiers. Europe, avant 1730.
Book (Nov 1998) Page(s) 11.
R. canina The most common wild rose native to Europe. Height: to 10 ft. Scented foliage. Flowers are typically pale pink, sometimes white... orange-red hips. Until the early 1900s, R. canina was a favored choice for rootstock...
Book (1998) Page(s) Vol. 3, p. 447.
Rosa canina L....In the roots the saponine Eglantosid with the di-hydoxy-tri-terpene acid Eglantol as an aglykon.