Pl. omnium calendarum RoessigR. centifolia Ã¡ R. bifera Poir.R. Rosa bifera Officinalis; Rosier damascéne d'Autumne (syn.) The Bourbon Rose was a natural cross between Rosa chinensis and Rosa damascena bifera, these two pollen parents being a popular choice for hedging on the Island so there was obviously some horticultural hanky-panky going on in the hedge-rows. mutabilis Rosa damascena 'Celsiana' Rosa damascena var. 2, p. 430 (1806) and probably still has priority over R. bifera Pers., also founded on an Autumn Damask, and published in November 1806. Additional title: Rosa x bifera Pers. Recommended citation'Rosa damascena' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/rosa/rosa-damascena/). Damascenerroserne havde deres bedste tid i midten af 1800-tallet, men de blev aldrig lige så populære som gallicaroserne, i det mindste ikke i Frankrig. Cite This Item, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, Rose of Castile. R. damascena bifera. Group Damask. 5 m tall, with delicate brown thorns on the stem. According to Ferrari, the Italian monthly rose differed from the ordinary Damask only in being more prickly (‘densioribus saevit aculeis’).Several sorts of Autumn Damask were grown, but during the first half of the 19th century they were displaced by the various hybrid remontant roses, which owe their ‘perpetual-flowering’ character partly to the Autumn Damasks and partly to the China roses. invalidates the later R. damascena Mill. The epithet bifera was given by Poiret in the belief that ‘le Rosier des Quatres Saisons’ was the twice-bearing rose of Paestum often alluded to by the Roman poets; this had frequent flowers, but they were usually described as of a deep red colour.The first reference in modern literature to a remontant Damask appears in Ferrari’s Flora, seu de Florum Cultura, a work published in Rome in 1633, where it is called Rosa italica flore pleno perpetuo and, in the Italian translation of 1638, the ‘Rosa di ogni mese’. damascena ' bifera ' and R. x centifolia. Lot details; Lot 1100 - The Estate Auction | April - Sale AS0482 Beryl Guthrie, Megalong Valley, oil … Royal Four Seasons. After Pierre Redoute, Rosier Rapa + Rosier Damascena Coccinea + Rosa Bifera Officinalis + Rosa Indica Vulgaris (4), reproduction prints, each 34.5 x 24.5 cm Estimate: *** Price: *** Cette variété fut la première variété connue en Europe pour ses remontées régulières. A more irregularly coloured form was portrayed by Ehret in the painting reproduced in The Rose Annual 1977, facing p. 60. Rosa ×damascena ‘Bifera’ appelé aussi Rose de Tous les Mois, Rosier des Quatre Saisons, Rose de Castille ou Rosa ×damascena ‘Semperflorens’ aux fleurs roses très doubles en juin juillet. Estimate : $20 - 40 Sold for $25. & Déségl. 2 : 48 (1806) Recent research in Japan indicates that both summer and autumn damask roses originated with ( R. moschata X R. gallica) X R. fedtschenkoana. damascena ' bifera ' and R. x centifolia. The semi-double pink flowers are borne in small clusters on short, stiff pedicels, and show what was, for Thory, the leading character of R. bifera, namely, its funnel-shaped and rather narrow receptacles (repeat-flowering Damasks with ellipsoid receptacles were placed by Thory under R. damascena). https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47de-1424-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, Accessed 2020-12-29. A white mossy mutant of the ‘Autumn Damask’ which often reverts to the plain pink ‘Quatre Saisons’. The name R. damascena was first published by J. Herrmann in his Dissertatio (1762) and not, as has hitherto been assumed, by Miller in his Dictionary (1768). Such an expedient, in the present instance, is even less acceptable, since R. damascena, as usually understood, is included by Herrmann in R. centifolia. Related posts: Holly ~ Free Vintage Illustration Snowdrop and Snowflake Illustration Arum and Orange Lilies Mistletoe and Berries ~ Free Vintage Image This rose was named R. gallica var. In 1959 Rowley reported that Graham S. Thomas reintroduced the Autumn Damask into cultivation. GC/MS analysis report See… Its ... Vol. More Details Angl. ‘Quatre Saisons’, ‘Autumn damask’ or 'semperflorens’) and 'Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux' (syn. This group of old garden varieties has no constant botanical character to distinguish it from typical R. damascena Mill, and is probably of the same parentage (R. gallica Ã R. moschata). ;Rosa x damascena Miller var. praenestina’, the Plinian name used by him for R. damascena, and indeed his detailed description agrees very well with Parkinson’s. Size of paper: 11 5/8 x 16 inches. 2 : 48 (1806) Recent research in Japan indicates that both summer and autumn damask roses originated with ( R. moschata X R. gallica) X R. fedtschenkoana. Rose hip oil is also frequently used to heal scarring and diminish photo-aging.
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• Rosa ruscinonensis Grén. semperflorens (Loisel.) Semperflorens (Damask) The Alexandria Rose. The origin of this rose is not known, but according to Andrews it was named for the Duchess of Portland, who is said to have cultivated it in her garden at Bulstrode Park. The New York Public Library. Boutique en ligne Roses André Eve : plus de 600 variétés de roses anciennes et modernes. Add to Compare. It is, wrote Parkinson in the Paradisus, ‘of the most excellent sweet pleasant sent, far surpassing all other Roses or Flowers, being neyther heady nor too strong, nor stuffing or unpleasant sweet, as many other flowers’. SHELF LIFE. pH: - 5.33 . Deu. The Autumn Damask still in cultivation agrees very well with the botanical type of var. Chemical analyses of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of moss roses have not been published, though they are for the parent cultivars (Tucker and Maciarello, 1988; Picone et al., 2004).Indeed, cultivars of R. × damascena and R. × centifolia are used to produce essential oil by hydrodistillation or solvent extraction of petals. Except in the variegation of the flowers, the York and Lancaster is a typical representative of R. damascena; it makes a lax bush to about 7 ft high. Syn. Most are commonly available. bifera HORT. semperjlorens Koehne 'Rose du Roi' Names Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (Engraver) Thory, Claude-Antoine (1759-1827) (Author) Collection. R. damascena var. It is most useful for its repeat flowering in the late summer. York and Lancaster Rose. (1867), p. 606; ibid., Vol. ‘Quatre Saisons’, ‘Autumn damask’ or 'semperflorens’) and 'Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux' (syn. The only published phylogeny is based on caryological and morphological data (Fig. Four Seasons or Monthly Rose, Autumn Damask. It is perhaps the outward sign of partial infertility. But little is known today of the Belgic roses, and it is questionable whether they were of the same parentage as R. damascena Mill. Rosa damascena bifera. Rosa ×damascena Mill. A site produced by the International Dendrology Society. Rose of Paestum. Despite its obscurity, R. damascena J. Herrm. Receptacle narrowly ellipsoid, or narrowly campanulate, sometimes (especially in some Autumn Damasks) funnel-shaped, with the same covering as the sepals. Engagement Qualité, Garantie de Reprise. The double-petal flower is white with, sometimes, a pink tint. This peculiarity is not constant, however, judging from the cultivated plant, some of whose flowers have normal receptacles. Hist. Rosa Bifera Macrocarpa; Rosier de Portland 'Rose du Roi' Additional title: Rosa x damascena Miller x Rosa chinensis Jacq. This on at least two occasions has sported back to the pink-flowered moss-less Damask described above (see Graham Thomas, The Old Shrub Roses, p. 161 and plate IV). var. Further DNA analysis has shown that a third species, Rosa fedtschenkoana, is associated with the Damask rose. It was not known to Gerard or Parkinson, but is mentioned in the Flora of John Rea (1665). Many have long blooming periods. Add to Compare. https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47de-1424-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, He calls it Rosa mensalis or the ‘monethly’ rose and remarks that it produced its flowers in three flushes (June, mid-August, and late September); it was ‘in all the parts thereof very like unto the Damask Rose’, but the flowers were ‘something more double, and not all things so sweet’. (1859), p. 671; ibid. This highly scented, very old rose has full, double, cupped and quartered flowers of clear silvery pink. Rose des Quatre Saisons. R. damascena ‘bifera’ (syn. (A. bifera, Pers. The next possible name in order of priority is R. belgica Mill., often made a synonym of R. damascena. Pl. â In its botanical characters this is a typical summer-flowering Damask rose and needs no further description. ‘Trigintipetala’ Kazanlik Rose. Clusius, 1557 Le Rosier "A Byzantine" 512 Dioscorides' Rhodon Pink Rose (Rosa bifera officinalis) 41 x 30 cm (16 x 11.75 inches). semperflorens, which was the common Quatre Saisons rose of the French (R. bifera vulgaris Thory) â a different rose from the old monthly Damask of British gardens. Flowers bright red, semi-double, in clusters of three or four, faintly scented, borne from midsummer into autumn (R. Portlandica West., Fl. A likelier candidate is R. calendarum Borkh. Description, photos, references, ratings, reviews, gardens growing and nurseries selling the 'Rosa damascena portlandica bifera' Rose. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. For copyright and licence information, see the Licence page. R. bifera var. It is a bush to about 4 ft high, which if pruned in late winter will bloom from June until autumn. and another name is needed for the Damask rose. Le rosier ancien damascena Trigintipetala également appelé Rosa Kazanlik ou Kazanlak, est un rosier arbustif importé de Turquie en Bulgarie, où il est toujours cultivé pour la richesse de sa fleur en essence de rose. Hort., Vol. (pro sp.) Dates / Origin Date Issued: 1817 - 1824 Place: A Paris Herrmann cites as a synonym the R. lacteola of Jean Bauhin’s Historia (1650), but Bauhin took the name and description from an earlier work, the Hortus Medicus of Camerarius (1588), from which we get the additional information that its flowers were very double and that it was cultivated in quantity around Bratislava. What literature sources say about the Valley of … Kejserinde Joséphine havde naturligvis et antal, ifølge en oplysning ni i alt, og det var for øvrigt på Malmaison, at Rosa x damascena … In stating that the Italians, French, and Germans called this rose Rosa Damascena, from a belief that it came from Damascus, Monardes was confusing the Damask rose with the Musk rose, R. moschata, for it was to the latter that the name Rosa damascena was applied outside Britain, when used at all, the most frequent name for R. damascena being Rosa incarnata, or in the Low Countries and the Rhineland, Rosa provincialis; Rosa pallida was also used for it, especially by the apothecaries. ), (1817 - 1824) Blandt de historiske roser findes dog også sorter, der er forædlet efter 1867, men disse har egenskaber, der minder så meget om de historiske roser… semperjlorens G. Rowley (syn.) (syn.) Bifera Coronata Cels (damask, Cels, 1750) Cel's Rose De Cels Grande Couronnée Incarnata Maxima La Coquette (damask, Cels, 1750) Mutabilis (damask, Cels 1750) Nutabilis Rosa damascena 'Celsiana' Rosa damascena mutabilis Rosier de Cels Van Huysum (damask, Cels, 1750) Positive: On Jan 8, 2004, hortensia from Langley, BC, BC (Zone 8b) wrote: damascena f. trigintipetala by Dr Dieck of ZÃ¶schen and was introduced by him about 1889 from the famous rose-fields of Bulgaria, situated on the southern side of the Balkan Mountains near Kazanlik, in the upper valley of the Tundzha, which have long been one of the principal sources of Attar of Roses. Names Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (Engraver) Thory, Claude-Antoine (1759-1827) (Author) Collection. Scientific Name: Rosa L. (Rosaceae) x damascena Mill. The Portland rose is of historical interest as a parent of the ‘Rose du Roi’ (distributed in Britain as Lee’s Crimson Perpetual), first of a small group known as the Damask Perpetuals or Portland Roses. 1A; Hurst, 1941) and has never been confirmed by other analyses. He calls it Rosa mensalis or the ‘monethly’ rose and remarks that it produced its flowers in three flushes (June, mid-August, and late September); it was ‘in all the parts thereof very like unto the Damask Rose’, but the flowers were ‘something more double, and not all things so sweet’. Rosa X damascena 'Bifera' appelé aussi Rose de Tous les Mois, Rosier des Quatre Saisons, Rose de Castille ou Rosa × damascena 'semperflorens' aux fleurs roses très doubles en juin juillet. The distilled oil or spirit from its petals, he added in the Theatrum, ‘serveth more for outward perfumes than inward Physicke … and yet there is by many times much more of them spent and used than of red roses, so much hath pleasure outstripped necessary use’. This interesting 'Autumn Damask' rose was re-introduced to cultivation by Graham S. … Article (newspaper) (Feb 2012) Page(s) 2. The rose was cultivated by Adrian van der Gracht at Ghent; it had stems armed with scattered, curved thorns, fragrant solitary flowers, which were semi-double, white with a flush of pink on some petals, roundish receptacles and entire sepals not exceeding the flower-bud in length. The New York Public Library is now offering grab-and-go service at 50 locations as part of our gradual reopening. For example, R. x damascena ' bifera ', which, The York and Lancaster usually has the variegation that Parkinson mentions first (‘party-coloured’ as Rea termed it some years later) and is shown in Graham Thomas, The Old Shrub Roses, Plate IV, facing p. 104. Les Roses Anciennes du Jardin de Talos "La Plaine" Chemin de Saint-Jacques 09190 SAINT-LIZIER Tel: 06 87 15 70 74 / 05 61 66 30 70 www.rosesanciennes-talos.com (1775); R. Portlandia Andr. (1581), p. 618; Icones (1581), Vol. For information about how you could sponsor this page, see How You Can Help, Article from Bean's Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles. Dates / Origin Date Issued: 1817 - 1824 Place: A Paris It is interesting that the same name, in the semi-italianised form ‘Trentaphilla’, is given as one of the names of the Damask rose in a commentary on the works of the Arab physician MesuÃ«, published in Venice in 1540. A couple of spots near bottom margin Slight buckle in paper upper left (should not not be noticeable once the print is mounted/matted/framed) P J Redouté pinx / Imprimerie de Réimond / Langlois sculp. In earlier times there was a famous attar industry in the Fayyum Oasis, southwest of Cairo, while in India the largest fields were at Ghazipur, north-east of Benares (Hooker, Himalayan Journals (1854), p. 211; Gard. Add to Wish List. Thory, the botanist who wrote the text for Redouté's Les Roses, classified Damasks separately from Biferas based on the receptacle or seed pods of the plants.He set out the differences between Damasks, Biferas, Albas, and Centifolias as follows: R. damascena: receptacle swollen towards the middle and narrowing at both ends. Rosa 'Bifera Coronata' Rosa 'Cels' Rosa 'Cel's Rose' Rosa 'De Cels' Rosa 'Grande Couronnée' Rosa 'Incarnata Maxima' Rosa 'La Coquette' Rosa 'Mutabilis' Rosa 'Rosier de Cels' Rosa 'Van Huysum' Rosa belgica var. semperjlorens G. Rowley (syn.) According to Ferrari, the Italian monthly rose differed from the ordinary Damask only in being more prickly (‘densioribus saevit aculeis’). Autumn or Four Seasons damasks bloom again later, albeit less exuberantly, and these were the first remontant (repeat-flowering) Old European roses. cv. Rosa Bifera Alba; Varieté du Rosier damascéne d'Autumne à fleurs blanches Additional title: Rosa x bifera Pers. Rosier R. x damascena bifera. Accessed December 30, 2020. 259, Issues 1-2, 23 December 2000, Pages 53-59. calendarum Borkh.R. This peculiarity is not constant, however, judging from the cultivated plant, some of whose flowers have normal receptacles. "Rosa bifera Officinalis; Rosier damascéne d'Autumne (syn.)" Jacques Le Moyne, 1586 Muske Rose Eglentine Rosa Rubrum Damask 1 Damask 2 French Rose 1 Rose 2 . Disponible en. R. damascena var. For example, R. x damascena ' bifera ', which, ;Rosa x damascena Miller var. Tolerant of poorer soils and is suitable to be planted as a hedge. The standard for museums and galleries around the world, giclée is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are “sprayed” onto high-quality paper. The identity of the Kazanlik rose seems to have been uncertain until specimens were received at Kew in 1874 and identified there by J. G. Baker as R. damascena. R. damascena ‘bifera’ (syn. The only published phylogeny is based on caryological and morphological data (Fig. Rosa damascena R 'Portlandica' Portland Rose, Scarlet Four Seasons, Rosa damascena 'Trigintipetala' Kazanlik Rose. 1A; Hurst, 1941) and has never been confirmed by other analyses. Nursery Availability The Autumn Damasks are also represented in gardens by the old ‘Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux’ (‘Perpetual White Moss’). Showing little variation, it is probably a more or less fixed hybrid, with R. moschata as the other parent; Dr Hurst, however, suggested R. phoenicea for the Summer Damasks, which are the typical R. damascena, and R. moschata only for the Autumn Damasks (var. They mix well with other shrubs, perennials or ground covers. Pers. 158 Ventenat’s Rose | R. damascena var. semperflorens L OISELEUR-D ESLONGCHAMPS et E. M ICHEL, loc. Another specimen in the Kew Herbarium, sent for identification by Messrs Dickson of Chester in 1886, is near to ‘Trigintipetala’; it was received by them as R. ‘CÃ©leste’.