Common Name: Scots rose, Burnet rose.
Rosa spinosissima is also known as R. pimpinellifolia. It has simple white flowers in early summer followed by large, round black hips.
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Common Name: ’Macdub’
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Common name: Wingthorn rose
Rosa sericea ssp. omeiensis f. pteracantha is a large shrub rose growing in the south camellia bed; in mid-summer, its enormous translucent prickles look like rubies when back lit by the sun. R. omeiensis (sometimes treated as a subspeicies of R. sericea) is the only rose with four petals.
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( Flower photo: Krzysztof Golik [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)
Common name: China rose, butterfly rose, tea rose
Rosa x oderata 'Mutabilis' is an old rose from China. Its flowers change colour from yellow to pink to red, and, unusually for an old rose, it blooms repeatedly from spring to fall. When it was introduced into Europe in the late 1700s, hybridizers started crossing it with single-bloomold roses, resulting in the modern roses we know today.