Hortus Duroverni pp. 62-63 (1831)
W. Masters

ROSA †
ROSE. Rosaceae. (Rhudd, red, Celt)
1 ferox Hedgehog Caucasus R 3 my.jn
2 kamchatica shining-leaved Kamtschatka R 4 jl.au
3 pennsylvanica Pennsylvanian N. America Pk 5 jn.jl
4 fraxinifolia Ash-leaved Newfoundl. R 6 my.jn
5 lucida bright-leaved N. America R 2 jn.s
6 cinnamomea pl. double Cinnamon pi gardens P 6 my
7 laxa spreading Carolina pl N. America Pk 3 jl.au
8 Woodsii Woods's pl N. America Pk 3 my.jn
9 Rapa plena Double Burnet N. America Ro 3 jn
10 carolina Carolina pl N. America R 5 jn.au
11 alpina Alpine Pyrenees Pk 4 jn.jl
12 stricta thornless N. America Pk 4 my.jn
13 sulphurea double yellow Levant Y Y 5 jl
14 lutescens lutescent pl Siberia P.y 3 my.jn
15 spinosissima white Scotch England W 5 my.jn

Garden Varieties of Scots Roses, all of which blossom early, and are mostly of low Growth.

16 Large blush Bh   28 King of Scotland R
17 Americana Pk   29 Large double red Pa.Y
18 Small double red R   30 Double rose blush Bh
19 Large white W   31 Blush royal Bh
20 Small white W   32 Cupped blush Bh
21 Snowball W   33 Pyramidal Bh
22 Double marbled W.Bh   34 Light blush Bh
23 Pale yellow W.y   35 Provins blush Pk
24 Semi-double damask C   36 Tall double blush Bh
25 Single red C   37 Cluster blush Bh
26 Pale mottled W.Bh   38 Perpetual Pa.Pk
27 Lee's Large white W   39 Picta pl St
             
45 damascena Damascus Levant Pk 3 jn.jl

Garden Varieties.

46 Blandia Bh   54 Blush damask Ro.Li
47 Rouge Agathe Pk   55 Red damask C
48 Aurora Ilk   56 White damask W
49 Zealand     57 Goliath, or Champion Ro
50 Early blush Bh   58 Petite hundred-leaved Pk
51 Imperial W.Bh   59 Incomparable C
52 Parnassus     60 Favorite mignonne Ro
53 Montpelier C   61 Grande monarque C.p

† Roses, having so long been the delight of gardens, have been varied into innumerable shades, colours, and forms. Modern skill may boost the highly desirable accession of the Chinese varieties, from which blossoms are obtained nearly throughout the whole year. The Scots roses also, have but recently repaid the cultivator's care; the varieties are valuable, as they usher in the long succession of the summer kinds, which they precede by about fourteen days. Some of the varieties of gallica and damascena grown as standards, add materially to the beauty of the flower-garden; and nothing can exceed the elegance of many of the running kinds when trained to trellises or trees. A well selected bed of roses of the dwarfer-growing kinds, trained close on the ground, proves highly attractive, especially with the addition of a few standards intermixed.

62 Blush quatre saisons Bh   75 Carmine C
63 White quatre saisons W   76 Carmine and orange C
64 Paestana C   77 Cluster Pk
65 Paragon C.p   78 Elysian Li.C
66 Lee's Perpetual C   79 Louis XVIII. C
67 Quatre saisons Ro   80 Louis Bourbon P
68 Swiss Ro   81 Neapolitan Pk
69 York and Lancaster St   82 OEillet, or Pink-like pl Pk
70 White monthly W   83 One-sidcd C.p
72 Red monthly Ro   84 Pourprée aimable C.p
72 Brunswick     85 Pourprée favorite C.p
73 Bright crumpled C   86 Pourprée violette LIC
74 Rouge superbe C        
             
87 centifolia, provincialis Provins pl S. of Europe Pk 3 jn.au

 Garden Varieties.  

88 Blush Provins Pk   95 White Provins, or Unique W
89 Cabbage Provins Ro   96 Blandford Ro
90 Welsh Provins Ro   97 Spong's Ho
91 Dutch Provins Ro   98 Belgic Provins Ho
92 Invincible Provins Dk.Ro   99 Grand premier Ro
93 Scarlet Provins Ro   100 Shell Pk
94 Semidouble Provins Ro   101 Watson's Blush R.Bh
             
102 muscosa single Moss pl S. of Europe Pk 4 jn.jl

Garden Varieties.

103 Common moss Ro   106 Damask moss C
104 Blush moss Bh   107 Moss de Meaux Ro
105 White moss W   108 Prolific moss Ro
109 Pomponia Pompone S. of Europe Pk 2 my.jn

 Garden Varieties.

110 De Meaux Pk   112 Dwarf Bagshot Pk
111 St. Francis Pk   113 White pompone W
             
114 gallica French officinal S. of Europe P 2 jn.jl

Garden Varieties.

115 Aigle noir P   136 George the Fourth C.p
116 African black Dk.P   137 Enchanter C.p
117 Admirable C.p   138 Eliza Bh
118 Amaranth C.p   139 Fiery C.p
119 Imperial crimson Dk.C   140 Striped nosegay Dk.Ro
120 Dark crimson C   141 Formidable rouge C
121 Beauté supréme     142 Giant Pk
122 Bishop C.p   143 Grand Sultan C. p
123 Black frizzled P.s   144 Hundred-leaved, blush Bh
124 Blue B.Li   145 Hundred-leaved, Dutch Ro
125 Bouquet superbe Pk   146 Infernal C.p
126 Brunette C   147 Invincible  
127 Burning coal C.p   148 L'ombre agréable C.p
128 Cardinal P.c   149 Leyden C.p
129 Chancellor Li.C   150 Marbled Li.C
130 Cherry C.P.Li   151 Marbled, dark C.p
131 Couleur de feu C   152 Marbled grand Dk.C.P
132 Crimson purple C.p   153 Mignonne Ro
133 Crimson royal C   154 Mignonne, blush Bh
134 Beauté rouge R   155 Mignonne, red C
135 Dwarf proliferous C.p   156 Mignonne, striped Pk
 
157 Mignonne, pencilled C   191 Cramoisie éblouissante C
158 Mogul C   192 Cramoisie impériale C.p
159 Montaubon Pk.Li   193 Spiny crimson C
160 Dutch tree C   194 Monstrous hundred-leaved Pk.W
161 Nonpareil Pa.C   195 Belle pourprée C.Li
162 Nonesuch C.p   196 La grandeuse Bh.Pk
163 Officinal C   197 Red Belgic C.p
164 Josephine     198 Tarquin C.p
165 Perruque Li.Pk   199 Marshal Blucher C.p
166 Plato C   200 La royale Dk.Pk
167 Pomona Pa.Pk.Li   201 Romano Pa.Pk
168 Prince S.p   202 Hortulanus Pa.C
169 Proserpine Li.P   203 Cretan P.c
170 Ranunculus C.Pa.P   204 Sydney Li.Pk
171 Red and violet C.p   205 Brabant Pa.Pk
172 Rosa mundi St   206 Grand purple C
173 Sable Dk.P   207 Hainault S
174 Sanspareil C.p   208 Rouge éclatante C
175 Sceptre C   209 Queen Dido Pk.Li
176 Porcelaine     210 Lord Nelson Pa.C.p
177 Stadtholder Ro   211 Refulgent C.P
178 Triumphant Dk.P   212 Tartan C.Li
179 Triumphant, grand C.p   213 Diana C
180 Tuscany Dk.C   214 Prince Kutusoff Pk.Li
181 Two-coloured C   215 Rouge frappante C.p
182 Velvet, double P.c   216 La délicatesse Pk.Ll
183 Velvet, single P.c   217 Duchess of Kent C
184 Violette, dark C   218 Pearson's Gigantic C
185 Violette, belle Li.C   219 Violette supérieure C
186 Violette et rouge C.p   220 Couronne des roses C.Li
187 Isabella R   221 Glory of the gardens C
188 Crimson Warratah C   222 Triomphe des dames S
189 Petite Mohaka     223 Princess Charlotte C
190 French hundred-leaved Ro   224 Tree paeony Bh
             
225 parvifolia small-leaved Burgundy C 1 jn.jl
226 turbinata double Frankfort gardens Pk 4 jn.au
227 villosa vinous England Pk 8 jn.jl
228 plena double Apple gardens Pk 8 jn.jl
229 Leeana White Hip pl gardens W 8 jn.jl
230 âlba white Crimea W 4 jn.jl

 Garden Varieties

231 Celestial W.Pk   237 Belle Aurore W.Bh
232 Maiden's blush W.Bh   238 Spineless virgin W
233 Semidouble white W   239 French Blush W.Bh
234 Double white W   240 Americana Bh
235 Double thornless Bh   241 New Colombian Pa.Bh
236 Blanche de Belgique W        
             
242 lutea single yellow Austria Y 4 jn
243 punlcea copper Austrian Austria O.y 4 jn
244 rublginosa Sweet Briar England Pk 5 my.jn

 Garden Varieties

245 Double Pk   247 Monstrous W.Pk jn.jl
246 Double Blush Pk   248 Scarlet S jn.jl
             
249 canina dog England Pk 10 my.au
250 plena double dog gardens Pk 6 jn.jl
251 indica blush China pl China Pk 20 ja.d
252 semperflorens everblowing pl China C 10 ja.d

Garden Varieties from the two latter Species.

253 White China W   267 Subalba Bh
254 Yellow China Pa.Y   268 Thisbe Pk
255 Animating C   269 Armata R
256 Bichonii R   270 florida R
257 Indica minor Ro   271 Roxburghii W
258 Purpurea Li   272 Bengal formidable C.Pk
259 Brooke's Climbing C.P   273 Lawrenciana Be
268 Odoratissima R   274 Odorata Ro
261 Longifolia Pk   275 Duchess de Berri Pk
262 Bengalensis rubra Ro   276 Indica major Pk
263 Bengalensis alba B   277 Purpurea rubra P.R
264 Semperflorens major C   278 Soulangiana  
265 Barclayana     279 Crimson odorata C
266 Sadi          

Hybrids raised from Indica, &c.

280 Boursaultii, c. red Bounsault gardens R 13 my.jn
281     carnea, c. blush Boursault gardens Bh 15 my.jl
282 Noisettiana. c. Noisette gardens W 10 jn.s
283     purpurea, c. purple Noisette gardens P 10 jn.s
284     pulchella, c. Hamilton Noisette gardens Pk 8 jn.s
285     floribunda, c. Pink Musk Noisette gardens Pk.W 10 jn.s
286     virens,  c. e. evergreen Noisette gardens Pk.W 10 jn.s
287 Fraseri, c. Fraser's gardens Pk 10 jn.s
288 Fraserae Mrs. Fraser's gardens Pk 10 jn.s
289 macrantha, c. Ramsgate gardens Pk 15 jn.jl
290 bengalensis florida  c. Bengal Florida gardens Pk 15 jn.jl
291 Drummondiae, c. Drummond's Thornless gardens Pk 12 jl.au
292 Browneana Brown's Celestial pl gardens Pk 12 jl.au
293 colombiàna, c Colombian gardens Pk 10 jl.au
294 Parmae, c. Duchesse de Parma gardens Pk 10  jl.au
295 microphylla small-leaved E. Indies Pk 3 jl.au
296 arvensis, c. White dog England W jn.jl
297 sempervirens, e. evergreen, S. Europe W 20 jn.au
298     capreolata, c. Ayrshire gardens W 20 jn.au
299 Russelliana, e. Russell's Cottage Cottage gardens Pk.R 20 jn.jl
300 multiflora, c. many-flowered China Pk 12 jl.au
301     alba, c. white gardens W 12 jl.au
302     italica, c. Italian gardens Ro 12 jl.au
303 Grevillii, c. Greville's China R 20 jl.au
304 moschata plena, c. double musk Barbary W 12 s.o
305 Banksiae, c. Lady Banks’s China W 20 jn.jl
306     fl. luteo, c. yellow Banks's China Y 20 jn.jl
307 bracteata, c. Lord Macartney's China W 12 jn.o
308     plena, c. double gardens Pk 12 au.o
309 corymbosa, c. corymbose        

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