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'Duinroos' rose References
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 513.  
Linnaeus, Species (OGR), white, (.... 'Burnet Rose'; R. illinoensis Baker; R. pulchella Salisbury; 'Scotch Rose'); Cultivated prior to 1600. Flowers cream, but white, yellow, pink or purple in garden forms, 1 1/4 - 2 in. in diameter, solitary, but usually very numerous along the stems; fruit globular, black; 3-4 ft. Once-flowering.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 62.  
[Listed under "Wild Roses and Their Cultivars"] (Phillips-Ryx list it as 'Scotch Briar', 'Burnet', Rosa pimpinellifolia, formerly Rosa spinosissima) Description. Once flowering. Round black hips. Height: 3 ft.
Book  (1993)  Page(s) 62.  Includes photo(s).
(or 'Burnet Rose') is common throughout Europe… in the 1930s, Kordes produced the lovely large shrubs which share the prefix 'Frühlings' (spring) by crossing the 'Burnet Rose' with Hybrid Teas. All do well on sandy soils and in cold gardens where most roses grow poorly.
Book  (May 1992)  Page(s) 4-5.  Includes photo(s).
The European wild roses include the Dog Rose, R. canina, and two similar species which are, perhaps, related to it: R. eglanteria, the Eglantine Rose or Sweet Briar, and R. villosa, the Apple Rose... R. arvensis, the Field Rose... is a natural climber... R. pimpinellifolia, until recently better known as R. spinosissima or the Scotch Rose... R. gallica... R. moschata...
Book  (Aug 1990)  Page(s) 51.  
R. spinosissima aka 'Wild Irish Rose'
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 166.  
location 112/2+3, R. pimpinelifolia L. var. hispida (Suims.) Koehne, PIMPINELLIFOLIAE, Siberia, 1781, yellow-white, single, medium size, mild fragrance, early-blooming, bushy, upright, 1.2-2 m, branched, many bristles + many prickles, medium green large, 7-9 leaflets, balck-red medium-large flat-rounded glossy hips with thickened stalk, upright, extended very persistent sepals, ripe very early
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 166.  
81a, 112/1,2+3, 158/4; R. pimpinellifolia L. (R. spinosissima L.) BIBERNELL-Rose, DÜNEN ROSE, SCOTS ROSE, BURNET ROSE, PIMPINELLIFOLIAE, Europe to Asia, 1600, white, also pink and yellow, single, mild to good fragrance, large, solitary, floriferous, bushy, upright, arching, to 1 m, many prickles + bristles, suckers, dark green very small matte foliage, 7-9 leaflets, brown-black small matte-glossy flat-rounded fruit with thickened stalks, reflexed extended persistent sepals, ripe very early
Book  (1988)  Page(s) 166.  
location 112/1, r. pimpinellifolia L. var. mathonetii (Crép.) Rouy, PIMPINELLIFOLIAE, cream-white, mild fragrance, small, single, vigorous, branched, 1.5 m, dark green matte very small folaige, 5-7 leaflets, black medium size glossy rounded fruit, upright persistent sepals, [hips] ripe very early
Website/Catalog  (1985)  Page(s) 42.  

Rosa pimpinellifolia (Rosa Spinosissima)  A charming single, Burnet rose growing to 3’ and bearing masses of creamy-white flowers followed by blackish hips.  Of great antiquity. P. G. H. W. F. Shade tolerant.  (S) 4 x 3’.

Book  (2 Jan 1984)  Page(s) 21.  Includes photo(s).
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