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'Rosa setipoda Hemsl. & E.H.Wilson' rose References
Website/Catalog  (1985)  Page(s) 42.  
 

Rosa setipoda..... 6 x 4’.

Website/Catalog  (1982)  Page(s) 35.  
 
Rosa setipoda Medium sized, single flowers of pale pink in loose clusters. Red fruit in autumn. Scented foliage. 1895. F. W. Shade tolerant. (S) 8 x 4’.
Book  (1981)  Page(s) 140-141.  
 
R. setipoda Hemsl. & Wils.
syn. R. macrophylla var. crasseaculeata Vilm.
An arching shrub 8 or 10 feet high...prickles sparse, short and straight, much thickened at the based...Leaves 5 to 8 in. long...leaflets seven or nine....Flowers ...up to twenty or even more in a lax cluster, deep purplish pink massing to white at the centre, about 2 in. wide; bracts large and leafy. Pedicels ...more or less densely clad with glandular bristles. Sepals about as long as the petals...Fruits flagon-shaped, 1 to 2 inch. long, dark red, crowned by the sepals.
A species of limited distribution in China; discovered by Wilson in N.W. Hupeh in 1901...It is one of the most handsome of the Chinese roses, recalling R. moyesii and R. davidii in its fruits and perhaps most nearly allied to the latter.
Book  (1981)  Page(s) 141.  
 
R. hemsleyana Täckholm R. setipoda sen. Rolfe (?) not Hmsel. & Wils.
This species, if such it be, was described from a plant ...which had been raised from the same batch of seed as R. setipoda. It differs primarily in its chromosome number (it is hexaploid, while R. setipoda sens. strict. is stated to be tetraploid), but also in having sepals with unusually well developed lateral appendages....A similar specimen was collected by Wilson in the wild...and is referred to as R. setipoda is Plantae Wilsonianae. R. hemsleyana is figured in Bot. Mag....as R. setipoda, of which it is probably no more than a form.
Book  (1973)  
 
p53. Graham Thomas. Autumn Heps.
The biggest of these bottle-shaped heps occurs in R. setipoda; their oval base, long neck surmounted by the old calyx lobes and the whole covered with long bristles, makes them a notable sight. Their colouring when ripe is a deep red.

p138. E. F. Allen. ....and the fragrant-leaved R. setipoda
Book  (1958)  Page(s) 352.  
 
R. setipoda Hemsley & Wilson (R. macrophylla crasseaculeata Vilmorin). Fl about 2-in diam., pale pink, in loose corymby. June. Fr. oblong-ovoid witha narrow neck, about 1 in. long, deep red. 10 ft. C. China. Cinnamomea Int. 1895. (28,42)
Book  (1937)  Page(s) 78.  
 
setipoda Hemsl. & Wils. (pollen very bad) (Cinn.-Asiatic) [ploidy] 28
Book  (1937)  Page(s) 73.  
 
macrophylla crasseaculeata Vilm. (setipoda-family) [ploidy] 28
Book  (1937)  Page(s) 78.  
 
setipoda Hemsl. & Wils. (pollen very bad) (Cinn.-Asiatic) [ploidy] 28
Book  (1915)  Page(s) 323-324.  
 
Rosa setipoda Hemsely & Wilson
Bush 1-3 m. tall, flowers pink, fruit coral-red. This well-marked species with its shoots thickly clad with short, stout, flattened prickles is local in its distribution and is known to us only from the northwest corner of Hupeh and the adjacent region of Szech'uan. The inflorescence varies considerably in size, being largely dependent upon vigor of growth.
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