The English Flora: or, a Catalogue of Trees, Shrubs, Plants and Fruits (1775) pp. 32-34
Richard Weston

ROSE-TREE, —— (Fr.) — Rosier

L. G. PI. 631, Icosandria Polygynia. Cl. 12. Ord 5.
 1. alba 1. Semidouble White Rose.
 2. alba plena 2. Double White Rose.
 3. alba major duplex 3. Large Semidouble White Rose.
 4. alba major plena 4. Large Double White Rose.
 5. alpina 1. Alpine Rose.
 6. *arvensis 1. White Dog-Rose.
 7. arvensis variegata 2. Striped-leaved White Dog-Rose.
 8. belgica 1. Red Belgic Rose.
 9. belgica incarnata 2. Blush Belgic Rose.
10. burgundensis 1. Blush Burgundy Rose.
11. burgundensîs humilis 2. Dwarf Blush Burgundy Rose,
12. burgundensis kermesina 3. Crimson Burgundy Rose.
13. *canina 1. Red Dog-Rose.
14. centifolia 1. Hundred-leaved Rose.
15. centifolia incarnata 2. Blush Hundred-leaved Rose.
16. centifolia kermesina 3. British, or Singleton's hd.-leaved R.
17. chinensis 1. Chinese Rose.
18. cinnamomea 1. Cinnamon Rose.
19. cinnamomea plena 2. Double Cinnamon Rose.
20. damascena 1. Damask Rose.
21. damascena plena 2. Double Damask Rose.
22. damascena alba 3. White Damask Rose.
23. damascena incarnata 4. Blush Damask Rose.
24. damascena provincialis 5. Damask Provence Rose.
25. damascena versicolor 6. York and Lancaster Rose.
26. *Eglanteria 1. Sweet-Briar.
27. Eglanteria duplex 2. Semidouble Sweet-Briar.
28. Eglanteria plena 3. Double Sweet-Briar.
29. Eglant. sempervirens 4. Evergreen Sweet-Briar.
30. Eglanteria variegata 5. Striped-leaved Sweet-Briar.
31. Eglanteria incarnata 6. Double Blush Sweet-Briar.
32. Eglanteria coccinea 7. Double Scarlet Sweet-Briar,
33. florida 1. Florida Rose.
34. francofurtensis 1. Franckfort, or Purple Rose.
35. gallica 1. Semidouble Red Rose.
36. gallica plena 2. Double Red Rose.
37. gallica Rosa Mundi 3. Rosa Mundi Rose.
38. holoserica 1. Single Velvet Rose.
39. holoserica duplex 2. Semidouble Velvet Rose.
40. holoserica plena 3. Double Velvet Rose.
 
41. incarnata 1. Maiden's Blush Rose.
42. incarnata major 2. Great Maiden's Blush Rose.
43. inermis 1. Thornless Rose.
44. labradora 1. Labrador Rose,
45. lutea 1. Single Yellow Rose.
46. lutea plena 2. Double Yellow Rose.
47. lutea austriaca 3. Yellow Austrian Rose.
48. lutea bicolor 4. Red and Yellow Austrian Rose,
49. marmorea 1. Semidouble Marbled Rose.
50. marmoreal plena 2. Double Marbled Rose.
51. menstrua 1. Red Monthly Rose.
52. menstrua alba 2. White Monthly Rose.
53. menstrua incarnata 3. Blush Monthly Rose.
54. menstrua variegata 4. Striped Monthly Rose.
55. moschata 1. Musk Rose.
56. moschata plena 2. Double Musk Rose.
57. muscosa 1. Moss Provence Rose.
58. muscosa variegata 1. Striped-leaved Moss Provence Rose.
59. pendula 1. Pendulous-fruited Rose.
60. pensylvanica . 1. Pensylvanian Rose.
61. pensylvanica plena 2. Double Pensylvanian Rose,
62. pimpinellifolia 1. Burnet-leaved Rose.
63. portlandica 1. Portland Crimson Monthly Rose.
64. provincialis 1. Provence Rose.
65. provincialis plena 2. Double Provence Rose.
66. provincialis prolifera 3. Childing Provence Rose.
67. provincialis variegata 4. Striped Provence Rose.
68. provincialis alba 5. White Provence, or Belladonna Rose.
69. provincialis incarnata 6. Bluth, or Imperial Provence Rose.
70. regia 1. Great Royal Rose.
71. sanguinea 1. Red-stalked American Rose.
72. sempervirens 1. Evergreen Rose.
73. *spinosissima 1. White Scotch Rose.
74. spinosissima flava 2. Pale Yellow Scotch Rose.
75.*spinosissima rosea 3. Red Scotch Rose.
76. spinosiss. variegata 4. Striped Scotch Rose.
77. stebonensis 1. Stebon Rote.
78.*villosa 1. Apple Rose.
79. villosa duplex 2. Semidouble Apple Rose.
80. villosa plena 3. Double Apple Rose.

*A more copious Catalogue of Roses really existing in the curious Gardens in England could have
been given; but all these are to be readily found in the different Nurseries, although not in any one.

The six Roses marked with Asterisms are the native Roses of England.

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