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Hibemiea, R. lzllgonis, R. X illvolllta (R. gracilis, R. ntbella, R. wilsonii, R. koreana, R. pi11lpillellifolia (R. spillosissima), R. primula, R. X pteragollis, R. X reversa, R. X sabillni, R. seiea, R. xalltlzilla and garden groups Austrian Briar and Burnet and Scotch roses have been discussed. R. ecae : This species of rose has been reported from Afghanistan in the year 1880. It is a small very prickly shrub with reddish brown twigs with small, fern-like leaves. It produces numerous buttercup size single flowers of deep, rich yellow with pronounced stamens.
Blooms are double, cupped or cabbage shape when open. Flower colour is deep pink. Blooms have strong, heady perfume. R. x eelltifolia alba and R. x eelltifolia l1l1lSeOSa has already been explained in white Provence and Moss rose section. Forms and hybrids of R. x centifolia is discussed below: Blanchefleur : Parentage is unknown. Flowers are flat, double and sweetly scented. Petals are white with occasional pink tint. 1)e weight of flowers sometimes gives the plant a lax, open gait when they are in bloom.
It is a perpetual flowering type. Rose d' Hivers : Its parentage and origin is unknown. It is an old little rose placed here as sibling. It is rather un-Damask like, with small, grey foliage and twiggy, yellowish green shoots. Its flowers are small, though quite shapely. Petal colour is pale towards the margin from clear pink to white. St Nicholas : It is possibly a chance seedling of an unknown Damask x R. gallica. It is an old rose but attractive. It is a short growing with downy grey leaves and vicious thorns.