Rosa rugosa 'Salmon Pink' (Species) A novel selection of the wild Rosa rugosa. The salmon-pink color is due to Cyanidin-3-sophoroside, a pigment also found in the blood-red forms of Rosa moyesii.

Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 28: 887-902 (2000)
Anthocyanins in flowers of genus Rosa, sections Cinnamomeae (=Rosa), Chinenses, Gallicanae and some modern garden roses
Mikanagi Y, Saito N, Yokoi M, Tatsuzawa F.

Cy 3-sophoroside was detected in large amount in some taxa of section Cinnamomeae: e.g., R. moyesii and its related cultivars, and R. rugosa cv. Salmon Pink.