210-12. R. damascena has been in cultivation in Europe at least since the early 16th century. https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47de-1424-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, Common NamesFour Seasons RoseMonthly RoseAutumn Damask. 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). Rosa bifera Officinalis; Rosier damascéne d'Autumne (syn.) New York Public Library Digital Collections. More Details A shrub to about 7 ft high; stems and branches densely armed with curved prickles of various sizes, grading into stiff bristles. bifera semperflorens Loisel.R. 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. R. damascena is not known in the wild state. ; R. calendarum Borkh. Joachim Camerarius, c1597 Rosa cinericeo flore Aschenfarbig Rosen . SHELF LIFE. Deu. The old medical botanists were concerned with R. damascena as the source of a purgative liquor, and make only passing reference to the fragrance of its flowers, for which, and as a source of rose-water, it was more commonly grown. Syn. Rosa Damascena flore pleno. Summer damasks bloom once in summer. 2, p. 430 (1806) and probably still has priority over R. bifera Pers., also founded on an Autumn Damask, and published in ... be flowered in the winter months. See… Dickerson says it's probably extinct. However, other information concerning the origin of R. x damascena cultivars largely contradicts this phylogeny. 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’. Four Seasons or Monthly Rose, Autumn Damask. R. damascena semperflorens. bifera HORT. Also referenced as: Castilian Damask, Old Castilian, Trachyean Rose, Rose of Paestum, The Alexandria Rose, Semperflorens Damask, Rose of Castile, Tous les Mois, Rosa omnium calendarum, Rosa menstrua, Quatre Saisons Continue, Rose des Quatre Saisons. damascena ' bifera ' and R. x centifolia. 158 Ventenat’s Rose | R. damascena var. 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. bifera H ORT. 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. semperjlorens G. Rowley (syn.) praenestina’, the Plinian name used by him for R. damascena, and indeed his detailed description agrees very well with Parkinson’s. semperflorens L OISELEUR-D ESLONGCHAMPS et E. M ICHEL, loc. They mix well with other shrubs, perennials or ground covers. It was in commerce in Britain by the 1770s. cv. 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. R. bifera: receptacle funnel-shaped, confluent with the pedicel. Recommended citation'Rosa damascena' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/rosa/rosa-damascena/). Pers.R. Description. R. damascena is not known in the wild state. Ros. 'Rosa Damascena' Giclee Print - Pierre-Joseph Redouté | Art.com Product Details The Print This giclée print delivers a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution. Rosa damascena trigintipetala. Width of 3' to 4' (90 to 120 cm). EXTRACTION METHOD. Names Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (Engraver) Thory, Claude-Antoine (1759-1827) (Author) Collection. The only information in Herrmann’s dissertation that suggests some connection between his R. damascena and Miller’s is that, according to him, this rose was known in Germany as ‘die Molcken-Rose’ or ‘Damascener-Rose’, from which a purgative was made by infusing the flowers in whey (Molcke in German). This peculiarity is not constant, however, judging from the cultivated plant, some of whose flowers have normal receptacles. Ros. In 1959 Rowley reported that Graham S. Thomas reintroduced the Autumn Damask into cultivation. It is sometimes stated that this is R. gallica ‘Rosa Mundi’, but Clusius distinctly stated that the flowers were like those of ‘R. 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: *** But little is known today of the Belgic roses, and it is questionable whether they were of the same parentage as R. damascena Mill. Add to Compare. This is a plant whose flowers produced petals that used in the making of Rosa damascena Oil. (1859), p. 671; ibid. These roses have bushy habits and low-maintenance requirements that make them well-suited for landscaping, for containers or flowering hedges. The names given to these roses all express the fact that, with suitable pruning, they had the ability to produce their flowers in two or three flushes during the growing season and could, with forcing, be flowered in the winter months. Rose damascena – Damask Rose. 259, Issues 1-2, 23 December 2000, Pages 53-59. Dates / Origin Date Issued: 1817 - 1824 Place: A Paris R. ‘Portlandica’ Portland Rose, Scarlet Four Seasons. This highly scented, very old rose has full, double, cupped and quartered flowers of clear silvery pink. Pl. Dates / Origin Date Issued: 1817 - 1824 Place: A Paris (1867), p. 606; ibid., Vol. R. x damascena bifera Rosier Arbuste - Damascena (damas) - Inconnu - Inconnue 17,50 € ttc. damascena ‘Quatre Saisons Blanc Mousseux’ (30– 40 %) compared with the two other cultivars (around 10 %). Of unknown origin, but one of the oldest roses. semperflorens (Loisel.) R. x damascena 'Bifera' R. x damascena 'Quatre Saisons' Rose de Castile. Les roses. Růže damašská nebo též růže damascénská (Rosa x damascena) je vyšlechtěný hybridní druh z rozsáhlého rodu růže a jedna z nejstarších a nejdůležitějších kulturních růží s hojným využitím v okrasném zahradnictví, kosmetickém průmyslu a medicíně. Intoxicating Fragranced Roses: Rosa Damascena Bifera / Autumn Damask / Quatre Saisons. To contact the editors: email@example.com. York and Lancaster Rose. Monogr., p. 96 (1877). Accessed 2020-12-29. Most are commonly available. The double-petal flower is white with, sometimes, a pink tint. "Rosa bifera Officinalis; Rosier damascéne d'Autumne (syn.)" Media in category "Rosa × damascena 'Bifera'" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Kejserinde Joséphine havde naturligvis et antal, ifølge en oplysning ni i alt, og det var for øvrigt på Malmaison, at Rosa x damascena … Rosa bifera Officinalis; Rosier damascéne d'Autumne (syn.) 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. â In its botanical characters this is a typical summer-flowering Damask rose and needs no further description. Rosa x damascena bifera. Monogr., p. 96 (1877). (1775); R. Portlandia Andr. Jacques Le Moyne, 1586 Muske Rose Eglentine Rosa Rubrum Damask 1 Damask 2 French Rose 1 Rose 2 . 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. Nursery Availability Find a location near you, and learn about our remote resources. https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47de-1424-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99, The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, mutabilis Rosa damascena 'Celsiana' Rosa damascena var. 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. mutabilis. Apr 6, 2017 - One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library. 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. 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. â A low-growing rose, spreading by suckers, its stems armed with fine prickles of various sizes. 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’. 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. Hist. It was not known to Gerard or Parkinson, but is mentioned in the Flora of John Rea (1665). 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. 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: Royal Four Seasons. Names Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840) (Engraver) Thory, Claude-Antoine (1759-1827) (Author) Collection. Dieck saw the same or a similar rose in Asia Minor and Cyprus, and took the epithet trigintipetala from the modern Greek name ‘triandafil’, or thirty-leaved (i.e., thirty-petalled). Engagement Qualité, Garantie de Reprise. ), (1817 - 1824) Sven. But in British gardens it was called Rosa damascena, and appears under that name in all the editions of Miller’s dictionary, as earlier in Gerard’s Herball and Parkinson’s Paradisus and Theatrum Botanicum. Chron. Cette variété fut la première variété connue en Europe pour ses remontées régulières. ;Rosa x damascena Miller var. 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.Son port est dressé mais souple, la plante est robuste et saine, vêtue d'un feuillage caduc, vert clair, agréable. Rose of Castile. Cette variété fut la première variété connue en Europe pour ses remontées régulières. Lot details; Lot 1100 - The Estate Auction | April - Sale AS0482 Beryl Guthrie, Megalong Valley, oil … The next possible name in order of priority is R. belgica Mill., often made a synonym of R. damascena. 1A; Hurst, 1941) and has never been confirmed by other analyses. Pierre-Joseph Redoute is regarded as the greatest botanical artis.. US$50.00 . R. damascena var. The Autumn Damask still in cultivation agrees very well with the botanical type of var. The R. damascena of L’Obel (1581) is of uncertain identity. 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.