The Botanist's Manual. pp.30-31, 40-41 (1824)
Richard Morris (F.L.S.)

ROSA, ROSE. cl. 12. or. 6.
alba, white. Europe. white.
alpina, Alpine. Switzerland. red.
arvensis, field. Britain. pink.
berberifolia, barberry-leaved. N. of Persia. red
blanda, Hudson's Bay. Hudson's Bay.  
carolina, Carolina. N. America.
canina, Dog, or Hep-tree. Britain. pink.
caucasica, Caucasian. M.Caucasus. red.
centifolia, hundred-leaved. S. of Europe.  
caesia, grey-leaved. Britain.  
cherokeensis, Cherokee. N. America.
collina, hill. Britain.  
damascena, damask. S. of Europe. dark re
dumetorum, downy-stalked. England. red.
fenestrata, window N. America.  
ferox, hedgehog.    
florida, florid. Florida.  
gallica, officinal. S. of Europe.
hibernica, Irish. Britain.
hispida, hispid-stemmed. Siberia,  
inermis, unarmed.    
involute, unexpanded. Britain
Kamtschatica, Kamtschatka. Kamtschatka. red.
lucida, shining-leaved. N. America.
lurida, lurid. Carinthia.
lutea, single yellow. Italy. yellow.
menstrua, monthly. S. of Europe. red.
mollis, soft-leaved. Britain.
moschata, Musk. Barbary.
muscosa, Moss. S. of Europe.
multiflora, many-flowered. Japan. pink.
nana, Pomponc S. of Europe.
nivalis, snowy. Britain. white.
olympica, Olympian. Greece. red.
orientalis, Oriental. Levant.
palustris, Marsh. N. America.
parviflora, Pennsylvanian.    
parvifolia, Burgundy. S. of Europe.
pendulina, hanging-fruited. N. America.
pimpinellifolia, burnet-leaved. S. of Europe.
provincialis, Provence.   white.
pumila, dwarf, Austrian. Austria. pink.
racemosa, cluster,   red.
rubifolia, bramble-leaved. N. America
rubiginosa, Sweetbriar. Britain.  
rubella, red-fruited dwarf.
sanguisorba, sanguisorba-leaved.
spinosissima, Scotch. white, red,
yellow and pink.
serotina, late-flowering. N. America. red.
stricta, upright American.  
scabriuscula, rough. Britain
teneriffensis, Teneriffe. Teneriffe.
tomentosa, downy. Britain.
villosa, apple-bearing.  
 
ROSA, ROSE. cl. 12. or. 6.
Bengalensis alba, light China. China   3 whitish.
Bengalensis rubra, red China   3 ft. red.
indica, pale China.   2 pink.
Noisette, Noisette's China.   3 pale red.
odorata, sweet-scented China. white.
pumila, dwarf China.   2 pink.
rubra, common China. 10 red.
sanguinea, dark-red China.   4 dark red.


The height of Roses varies from 3 to 10 feet, but in gardens is seldom allowed to attain more than from 2 to 3 feet, unless grown as standard trees.

 

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