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Ydrerosen rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Camilla
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Little Arabella rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of b_inese
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Red Eden Rose rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Gurova
6.07.2020, Ukraine
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Minerva rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of GERDA23
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<i>Rosa sertata</i> Rolfe rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
Rosa sertata is found from central China to Shanghai on the East China Sea. From seed collected by "Chinese" Wilson a plant was named and described in 1913 by the English botanist Robert Allen Rolfe. His Latin epithet "sertata" means garlands. Likely Rolfe is referring to the species elegantly drooping chains of flowers with "finely cut, daintily formed leaves." Indeed, sertata is a "handsome Rose."
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Rose des 4 vents ® rose photo
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<i>Rosa sertata</i> Rolfe rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Rosewild
I collected these herbarium specimens from a plant at Quarryhill Botanic Garden, Accession # 1992.267 collected in Sichuan Province at an elevation of 9055 feet. Rolfe described sertata as having 7 to 11 leaflets but Quarryhill's specimen has 3 to 11 leaflets, averaging 7 per leaf. Leaflet number and other features of the leaf will be relevant to distinguish sertata from its much rarer variety, multijuga, found in only one location.
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The Prince ® rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AnnK NCalif
A spray of The Prince in his fourth year in my garden. This rose has reached about four feet tall, blooms are about 3-3.5 inches wide, and has a lovely Old Rose scent.
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