Hortus Bengalensis, or,
A Catalogue of the Plants growing in the Honourable East India Company's Botanic Garden at Calcutta (1814) pp. 38, 92

William Roxburgh

p. 38

POLYGYNIA

Systematic names Synonyms & remarks Native place Donors and time, &c Duration
& habit
Time of
flowering
Time
of seed
 
ROSA
triphylla, R. Ch. Cha-te-qui-fa China Before 1794 Sc.     E = erect
S = small shrub
Sc = scandent
D = Diffuse, or spreading much
= Shrubby

O = The whole year round
C.S. = Cool season
H.S. = Hot season
indica   Rohilcund J. Brooke, Esq. 1811 E.    
inermis Ch. Pah-mo-li. 15   Mr. W. Kerr, 1812    
recurva, R.   Nepaul Dr. F. Buchanan, 1802    
centifolia H. & B. Goolab. 16 Asia Before 1794 O  
chinensis H. & B. Kanta Goolab China 1794 E. C.S.  
semperflorens     J. Harington, Esq. 1803 S. O  
glandulifera, R. H. & B. Shewuti. 17 India Before 1794 Sc. O  
pimpinellifolia   Europe Mr. M’Mahon, 1810    
involucrata   Bootan Dr. W. Carey, 1797 C.S. H.S.
microphylla, R. Ch. Hai-tong-hang China Mr. W. Kerr, 1812    
procumbens, R.     Mr. W. Kerr, 1810 D.    
15 The double white, and Wong-mo-ne-he-vong, the double yellow.
16 A. Ward. P. Gool.
17 S. Sevuti.

Plants described by Dr. Roxburgh, in his Mss. Flora Indica, but not yet introduced into the Botanic Garden (1813)

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ICOSANDRIA POLYGYNIA

ROSA
pubescens, R. Rohilcund
diffusa, R. China