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<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(1 of 5). Rosa tschatyrdagi grows in Crimea on the north shore of the Black Sea. Named and described by the Ukrainian botanist Vladimir Gennadievich Chrshanovski, it was discovered on Chatyr Dagh. "Dagh" means mountain and "Chatyr" means tent (from the shape of the mountain). Hence it would be called the "Tent Mountain Rose". My friend, Michael Tallman proposed this humorous homophone to pronounce Rosa tschatyrdagi: "Rosa shot-her-doggie"! Chatyr Dagh is nicknamed the "Swiss Cheese Mtn." because of the multitude of beautiful caves it contains. Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods" here in the Mayacmas Mtns. near Petrified Forest, California.
Uploaded 5 JUL
<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(5 of 5) My Rosa tschatyrdagi was grown in 1988 from seed collected on Chatyr Dagh and provided by Hortus Botanicus Nikitensis, Jalta in Taurica URSS. Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods".
Uploaded 5 JUL
<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(2 of 5) Tschatyrdagi's small glandular leaves and buds with nearly smooth pedicels and prickly canes; Chrshanovski compared it to Rosa myriacantha DC. of southern France. (Both of these are referenced at the bottom of the HMF description page). Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods".
Uploaded 5 JUL
<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(5 of 6) Glands visible on pedicel, hip and sepals of Rosa rupincola. Photographed May 13, 2019 at "Rose Woods".
Uploaded 28 JUN
<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(3 of 5) A prickly cane and leaves of tschatyrdagi. Photographed May 11, 2020 at " Rose Woods".
Uploaded 5 JUL
<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(1 of 6) Rosa rupincola is from the Altay Mtns. of Russia at its junction with Mongolia, Kazakhstan and China. it is an Asian representative of the spinosissima group but closest in character to Rosa myriacantha of southern France some 4000 miles to the west. Photographed May 23, 2019 at "Rose Woods" in the Mayacmas Mtns. near Petrified Forest, California.
Uploaded 24 JUN
<i>Rosa spinosissima</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(4 of 5) Hips are dark red to black and retain their sepals. Photographed October 22, 2018 at "Rose Woods".
Uploaded 5 JUL
<i>Rosa rupincola</i> Fisch. ex Sweet synonym rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
(2 of 6) Densely prickly canes of rupincola. Photographed March 27, 2015 at "Rose Woods".
Uploaded 24 JUN
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