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'R. cinnamomea' rose References
Article (magazine)  (2002)  Page(s) 358.  
 
May Rose (Rosa majalis Herrm.). This species grows in meadows and river valleys. It is a xero-mesophytic shrub from 20 cm to 2 m high, with bright brown-red bark on the thin branches. Thorns are curved and usually arranged in pairs. Compound leaves are thin with three to seven elliptical or ovate leaflets. Pink flowers are usually borne singly and are 3 to 6 cm in diamter. Orange-red fruits are smooth, fleshy, orbicular, seldom ovate or elliptical, orange-red, with deciduous sepals. Edible fruits have thick flesh containing large amounts of sugars, vitamin C and carotene so that they are widely used for the production of vitamin preparations.
Article (magazine)  (2002)  Page(s) 355.  
 
R. majalis (R. cinnamomea sensu L.) (May rose). Distribution: The Altai, Tarbagatai. Use: Medicinal, ornamental plant.
Article (magazine)  (2001)  Page(s) 393.  
 
R. cinnamomea L. Ploidy 4x
Pollen fertility 99.1%
Selfed fruit set 25.0%
Selfed Seed Set 5.9%
Book  (2001)  Page(s) 447.  
 
Rosa majalis Herrm., De Rosa (1762) 8.
Rosa foecundissima Münchh., Hausvater 5 (1770) 279; R. collincola Ehrh., Beitr. Naturk. 2 (1788) 179; R. cinnamomea L., Syst. Pl. ed. 10 (1795) 1062, non L. (1753), quae est R. pendulina L.; R. cinnamomea var. vulgaris C. A. Mey. in Mém. Sci. Nat. Acad. St. Pétersb., sér. 6, 6 (1849) 22, t.6; R. spinosissima Rydb. in N. Amer. Fl. 22 (1918) 514, non L. (1753).
Cinnamon rose; German Zimtrose, Mairose; French rosier canelle; Italian rosa maggiola; Russian roza koričnaja.
Central and N Europe, W and N Asia, Caucasus, W and N Siberia to China.
In the past cultivated in Central Europe, recently in the former Soviet Union.
The petals can be used for liqueur, jam and vinegar. In the former Soviet Union cultivars from hybridizations between R. majalis Herrm. x R. webbiana Royle are used for fruit. The early ripening cultivar 'Vitaminnyj' is grown on considerable areas here. The root is a drug.
Ref.: Friedrich & Schuricht 1989, 322 p.; Hegi IV (2), 1923; Jušev 1993, 182 pp.; Komarov 10, 1941; Pavil'onov & Rožkov 1986, 86 pp.; Vul'f & Maleeva 1969, 566 pp.
Book  (May 1998)  Page(s) 84-85.  Includes photo(s).
 
Rosa cinnamomea ('May Rose') Description... petals reddish... This abundant rose, which grows wild in almost all European countries, has received the name of 'Cinnamon Rose' because of the stem colour, not from the scent of the flowers. It is attractive and in demand because of its early flowering.
Book  (May 1998)  Page(s) 112, 113.  Includes photo(s).
 
Rosa cinnamomea flore simplici ('Single May Rose') Description... Flowers scented... petals 5, cordately notched, more or less reddened according to exposure of the shrub... This rose grows spontaneously in Southern Europe and flowers in May...
Book  (1997)  Page(s) 215.  
 
R. majalis (R. cinnamomea, 'Cinnamon Rose') N.E. Europe, 17th century or earlier. Hybrid Macrophylla. Description... The flowers are variable from pale to mid-pink...
Book  (1996)  Page(s) 85.  
 
R. majalis Eurpean-asiatic wild rose. Carmine-red, single, petals somewhat cut out, once-blooming early in June, hips flat globular, dark red. Branches thin, brown-red, often unarmed. Upright growth.
Website/Catalog  (1984)  
 
R. majalis Herrm. 2n=14
Book  (1984)  Page(s) 103.  
 
Rosa majalis 'Flore Simplici' Syn. R. cinnamomea L. pro parte (L'appélation Rosa cinnamomea L. ayant été appliquée à deux espèces, ne peut plus être utilisée.), R. cinnamomea flore simplici Thory. Nom commun: rose cannelle. Centre et Nord de l'Europe, Asie occidentale. En culture depuis 1600 environ. Haut. 1,80 m.- Feuilles: 5 ou 7 folioles elliptiques-oblongues, long. 1,5 à 4 cm, bords à dents simples - Fleurs: diam: 5 cm - Fruits: diam. 1,2 à 1,5 cm. Ce buisson dressé drageonne. Les tiges grêles portent de courts aiguillons recourbés ou, parfois, sont absolument inermes. Écloses en mai-juin, les fleurs simples, aux étamines dorées bien visibles, avec leurs pétales rouge carmin un peu échancrés, se présentent solitaires ou bien s'assemblent en groupes pauciflores. Elles on une faible odeur de cannelle, plus faible encore généralement chez les feuilles.
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