Periodical Catalogue of Greenhouse Shrubs, Vines, Herbaceous Plant, and Bulbous Roots,
cultivated at the Linnaean Botanic Garden by Wm. R. Prince & Co. (1830) pp. 142-145

CHINA ROSES.
Most of which are monthly, or everblooming.

The monthly varieties, when planted in the open ground, are particularly interesting, on account of expanding their flowers in March and April, when those of other kinds have not yet made their appearance. They continue to bloom throughout the summer; but in the autumnal months their numerous flowers also afford particular gratification, as nature then seems most to need their cheering influence. Nearly the whole number support our winters with little or no protection, as designated by the asterisk, those most tender need only to have a box or barrel placed over them during winter.

1564 † Single China rose Rosa indica
1565 † Double red, or daily pallida
1566 Ditto, per dozen  
1567 † Hamilton dark maxima
1568 † Hundred leaved sweet scented centifolia odorata
1569 † Semidouble purple purpurea
1570 † Crimson and white bicolor
1571 † Golden striped bark, very curious aurea
1572 † Dwarf, or pompone, very small and delicate minor
1573 † Whitish flowered subalba
1574 † Maiden's blush albiflora
1575 † Dark purple atrapurpurea
1576 † Grandval, splendid speciosa
1577 † Willow leaved salicifolia
1578 † Hybrid blush rose, a little striped hybrida carnea
1579 † Maheka, new hybrid lilac hybrida lilacina
1580 † Bluish, or diversiflora, variegated cerulea
1581 † Tea scented, of exquisite fragrance odorata
1382 Purple tea scented of Florence purpurea
1583 American sweet scented americana
1584 † Single tea scented simplici
1585 Double yellow tea scented lutea
1586 Belle traversi, new tea scented superba
1587 † Blanc coeur vert, new white tea scented with a greenish centre. var.
1588 † Climbing scandens
1589 † Thornless duplex inermis
1590 † Bourduge nova var.
1591 † Countess of Fresnel nova v
1592 † Dutchess of Parma, double striped nova v.
1593 † Princess Therese nova v.
1594 † Carolina climbing carolina
1595 † Chaussé chaussé
1596 † Gigantic gigantea
1597 † Gorge pigeon, flne var.
1598 † Herbert's new climber herberti
1599 † Magnificent magnifica
1600 † Monstrous, fine blush monstrosa
1601 † New double crimson nova var.
1602 † Dark flowered obscura
1603 † Maximus, large blush maxima
1604 † Melanie var.
1605 † Dutchess of Dino var.
1606 † Roxelane var.
1607 † Zulmé var.
1608 † Baroness Amelie, prolific; often with a bud in centre of flower var.
1609 † Profuse flowering florida
1610 † Chinese sweet briar rubiginosa
1611 †             imperial imperialis
1612 †             neat flowering pulchella
1613 †             new large blush carnea-major
1614 †             unique superb incomparabilis
1615 †             white chinensis-alba
1616 † Vanilla scented odoratissima
1617 † Bellote var.
1618 † Hermite var.
1619 † White Bengal bengalensis-alba
 
1620 Single dark velvet semperflorens
1621 Single flesh coloured incarnata
1622 Double dark velvet, or Otaheite atrorubens
1623 Deep crimson, or anemone-flowered sanguinea
1624 † Flesh coloured rose carmosina
1625 † Blackish purple atronigra
1626 † Knight's bichonia do. bichonia
1627 †             resplendent do. resplendens
1628 †             regent rose regalis
1629 †             animating do. very sweet v.
1630 †             invincible do. v.
1631 †             grand brilliant do, v.
1632 †             exuberant do. v.
1633 † Belle de Monza nova var.
1634 Miss Lawrance's do. the smallest and most delicate of all roses Lawrancia
1635 Double do. plena
1636 Lord Macartney's white do. bracteata
1637 True Macartney's vera
1638 Three leaved do. sinica
1639 † Greville's superb do. Grevilli
1640 † Lady Banks' do. or white evergreen multiflora, new and superb Banksiae
1641 Double yellow Banksian, or yellow evergreen multiflora lutea
1642 † Roxburg's single white do. Roxburgii
1643 Involucrated do. involucrata
1644 † Boursaultian, fine large red Boursaulti
1645 White Boursault alba
1646 Mauritius mauritiana
1647 Diminutive leaved Chinese, with the most delicate foliage, and
very large double crimson flowers
microphylla
1648 Montezuma rose of Mexico montezumae
1649 Powdered leaved nepal do. nepalensis
1650 Nepal reddish branched do. sp.? nepal
1651 Long's Arkansas Longi
1652 *Red multiflora multiflora
1653 *White do. alba
1654 *Italian do. italica
1655 *Dwarf do. humilis
1656 *Champney's double pink cluster Champneyana
1657 *New deep pink cluster var.
1658 *New small pearl coloured do. var.
1659 *      Do.      do. leafy cluster, curious var.
1660 *Single blush colour simplici
1661 *Noisette's double blush cluster noisette
1662 *New red noisette rubra
1663 *New grey centre do. coeur gris
1664 *Herbemont's Caroline, a light blush climber Herbemonti
1665 *Bradley's new cluster Bradleyi
1666 *Double white musk cluster moschata
1667 *Single do. do. simplici
1668 *Princesse of Nassau, a new musk variety var.
1669 *Prince's superb double white cluster, a seedling superba

N. B. About a dozen other new varieties are now under culture, and will be enumerated in the next Catalogue.

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