Pinax Theatri botanici pp. 480-484 (1623)
Caspari Bauhini

  Rosa sativa   Rosa sylvestris
I. Rosa rubra
Rosa Milesia Plinii.
Rosa saliva rubra multiplex. Bruns.
Rosa domestica punicea, Marth.
Rosa hortensis rubra multiplex, Trag.
Rosa hortensis, Fuch.
Rosa Tur. Lac. Lon. Rubra, Cord. in Diosc. Lugd. Ad. Tab. Ger.
Rosa rubra urbana, Ges. hor.
Rosa sativa rubra, Ang. Cast.
Rosa sativa 3.quae Provincialis Gallis, Dod.
Rosa Damascena, Lob.
Rosa rubens multifolia, Caes.
Rosa intense rubens, Cam.
Est simplex & multiplex, colore magus minusque rubro: huc referee oportet.
1. Rosam Milesiam fl. rubro pleno: vulgo Rosa sina.
2. Rosam Milesiam fl. simplify rubro, &
3. Rosam ex rubro nigricante flore pleno, &
4. Rosam rubicund Saccharinam dictum, Graecula Plinii, Camer.
I. Rosa syl. vulgaris flore odorato incarnato.
II. Rosa rubra pallidior II. Rosa syl. flore majore & rubente
III. Rosa saturatius rubens III. Rosa syl. flore pleno.
IV. Rosa purpurea IV. Rosa syl. foliis odoratis
V. Rosa versicolor V. Rosa syl. odoratissimo rubro flore
VI. Rosa maxima multiplex VI. Rosa syl. odorata albo flore
VII. Rosa multiplex media
Rosa centifolia Batavica secunda, Clus. Hist.
VII. Rosa odore Cinamomi simplex
IIX. Rosa major Praenestina, Clus. Hist.
Rosa praenestina variegata, Eyst.
IIX. Rosa odore Cinamomi flore pleno
IX. Rosa alba vulgaris major. IX. Rosa rubra praecox fl. simplici: exiguo odore & foliis latioribus à praedicta disscernenda, Eystett.
X. Rosa alba minor X. Rosa minor rubello flore, quae vulgo à mense Majo, Majalis dicitur.
XI. Rosa moschata simplici flore XI. Rosa lutea simplex
XII. Rosa moschata flore pleno XII. Rosa lutea multiplex
XIII. Rosa moschata sempervirens XIII. Rosa campestris spinosissima fl. albo odoro.
XIV. Rosa spinis carens flore majore XIV. Rosa syl. pumila rubens.
XV. Rosa sine spinis flore minore XV. Rosa syl. pomifera major: haec sequente altior, ramosior, paucissimis aculeis, foliis majoribus, pallidè virentibus, & apud nos locis humidis in Alnetis provenit.
XVI. Rosa subviridis
   Si in teneras Agrifolii arbusculas Rosae inserantur, flores subvirides producuntur, Camerarius. Quamvis interdum anni constitutione frigidiore & humidiore, herbacei coloris rosae sine calyce proveniant, cujus causam Costaeus de natur. stirp. explicat.
   In hortis Italiae, caeruleus reperiri, in historia Lugdunensi habetur ex Advers*.
XVI. Rosa syl. pomifera minor
XVII. Rosam folio subrotundo & crispo, in horto Mortembelgardico ante plures annos, sed absque flore observavi, cujus ramulum exsiccatum asservo. XVII. Rosa campestris repens alba.
XIX. Rosa campestris spinis carens biflora.
*ADVERSARIORUM opus Petro Pena & Matthia de Lobel. Londini anno 1570. editum, additis circiter 284. figuris: postmodum anno 1576. Antuerpie novus titulus praefixus, epistola ad Reginam omissa: cui operi Lobelius Observationes suas cum novis figuris junxit. — Caerulea means sky blue, which is not found among roses. The proper word, in this place, is cerulea, sealing wax red. Obviously, Rosa foetida bicolor is intended. L'Obel mentioned the Luteae and Caeruleae together, making it clear that both color variants of the species were known in his time, though apparently he had not seen them.

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