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Rosa eglanteria (Redouté) - Rose

Die "Rosa foetida" ("Rosa foetida var. bicolor Willmott", "Rosa Eglanteria") wird gelegentlich auch "Türkische Rose" genannt.

Der Name der Rose "Rosa Eglanteria" basiert auf frz. "églantine" = dt. "wilde Rose", "Heckenrose".

Bei Adelung findet man:


Der "Riechdorn", des -es, plur. die -en, in einigen Gegenden, eine Art wilder Rosen mit wohl riechenden Blättern, welche auf der untern Seite rostfarbig sind; "Wichdorn", "Rosa eglanteria Tabern".

Die "Weinrose", plur. die -n, eine Art Rosen, deren Blätter einen weinsäuerlichen Geruch haben; die "Dornrose", "Frauenrose", "Heiderose", "Marien-Rose", der "Weindorn", "Rosa Eglanteria Linn."


(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

024 Austrian Briar | R. foetida | Rosier Eglantier | Rosa Eglanteria

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume I (1817)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier Eglantier"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. foetida"
COMMON NAME "Austrian Briar"
OTHER NAMES "R. lutea", "Austrian Yellow Rose"
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ORIGIN Native to Persia (Iran), introduced to Europe pre-16th century
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At left; picture of the Austrian Briar Rose, R. foetida, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 024 out of 170, Volume I of Les Roses.


(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

025 'Austrian Copper' Rose | R. foetida var. bicolor | Rosier Eglantier var. couleur ponceau | Rosa Eglanteria var.punicea

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume I (1817)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria var.punicea"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "Rosier Eglantier var. couleur ponceau"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. foetida var. bicolor"
COMMON NAME "Austrian Copper"
OTHER NAMES "Capucine Briar", "Vermillion Rose of Austria", "Rose Comtesse"
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ORIGIN Sport from R. foetida, originating in Persia (Iran), introduced to Europe pre-16th century
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At left; picture of the Austrian Copper Rose, R. foetida var. bicolor, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 025 out of 170, Volume I of Les Roses.


(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

124 Lutea Maxima - R. pimpinellifolia ‘Lutea Maxima’ - L’Eglantier Serin - Rosa Eglanteria Luteola

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume III (1824)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria Luteola"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "L’Eglantier Serin"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. pimpinellifolia ‘Lutea Maxima’"
COMMON NAME "Lutea Maxima"
OTHER NAMES "R. pimpinellifolia ‘Lutea’" ("Scotch Rose"), "Canary Yellow Rose"
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ORIGIN Unknown, possibly hybrid (R. pimpinellifolia x foetida). Grown throughout Europe pre 1824
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At left; picture of the rose, Lutea Maxima R. pimpinellifolia ‘Lutea Maxima’, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 124 out of 170, Volume III of Les Roses


(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

151 Cherry Briar Rose | R. foetida variety | L’Eglantier Cerise | Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra

PICTURE SOURCE Les Roses, Volume III (1824)
ORIGINAL BOTANICAL NAME "Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra"
ORIGINAL FRENCH NAME "L’Eglantier Cerise"
CURRENT BOTANTICAL NAME "R. foetida variety"
COMMON NAME "Cherry Briar Rose"
OTHER NAMES "Austrian Briar seedling"
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ORIGIN Noted in the nursery of Monsieur Vilmorin, c. 1820, likely obtained from seed of the yellow R. foetida
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At left; picture of the Cherry Briar Rose, R. foetida variety, painted by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, portrait 151 out of 170, Volume III of Les Roses


(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/products/roses/rosa-eglanteria-rosa-rubriginosa/

"Rosa eglanteria" ("Rosa rubriginosa")
"Eglantine Rose", "Common Sweet Briar"


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=25120

'Rosa eglanteria Redouté & Thory synonym'
  • Austrian Briar
  • Austrian Brier
  • Austrian Yellow
  • Capucine jaune
  • Fuchsrose
  • Jaune Simple
  • Rosa cerea Rössig ex Redouté
  • R. foetida
  • Rosa foetida Herrm.
  • Rosa lutea Mill. synonym
  • Single Yellow Sweet Brier
  • Yellow Austrian Rose



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(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

  • R. eglanteria - Species / Wild. Light pink. Strong, green apple fragrance. Single (4-8 petals) bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 4b through 9b. Height of 6' to 15' (185 to 455 cm). Width of 5' to 8' (150 to 245 cm).
  • Rosa eglanteria incarnata sempervirens
  • Rosa eglanteria L. synonym - Species / Wild. Light pink. Strong, green apple fragrance. Single (4-8 petals) bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 4b through 9b. Height of 6' to 15' (185 to 455 cm). Width of 5' to 8' (150 to 245 cm).
  • Double Yellow Sweet Briar - Hybrid Rubiginosa. Yellow. Double (17-25 petals) bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 6b through 9b (default). Unknown English Breeder(s) (1835).
  • Rosa Eglanteria Luteola - Hybrid Spinosissima. Yellow. Medium, very double bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. Jacques-Louis Descemet (1815), Julien-ALEXANDRE Hardy (1825).
  • Rosa eglanteria plena - Hybrid Foetida. Yellow. Double (17-25 petals) bloom form. Unknown origin (1802).
  • R. eglanteria punicea - Hybrid Foetida, Hybrid Lutea, Species / Wild. Orange-red, yellow reverse, yellow stamens. [Yellow blend.]. Strong, unpleasant fragrance. Small to medium, single (4-8 petals), borne mostly solitary, in small clusters bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 3a and warmer. Height of 6' to 8' (185 to 245 cm). Width of 5' to 20' (150 to 610 cm). Jules Gravereaux (1904).
  • Rosa eglanteria Redouté & Thory synonym - Hybrid Foetida, Species / Wild. Deep yellow. [Light yellow.] Strong, unpleasant fragrance. Medium, single (4-8 petals), borne mostly solitary bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 3a through 9b. Height of 4' 11" to 9' 10" (150 to 300 cm). Width of 5' (150 cm).
  • Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra - Hybrid Foetida. Light pink. Single (4-8 petals) bloom form. Unknown origin (1824).
  • Rosa eglanteria var. punicea Lavallée - Hybrid Foetida, Hybrid Lutea, Species / Wild. Orange-red, yellow reverse, yellow stamens. [Yellow blend.]. Strong, unpleasant fragrance. Small to medium, single (4-8 petals), borne mostly solitary, in small clusters bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer. USDA zone 3a and warmer. Height of 6' to 8' (185 to 245 cm). Width of 5' to 20' (150 to 610 cm). Jules Gravereaux (1904).



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(E?)(L?) http://caliban.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/fitch/high/IMG_8617.html

Ricinus communis --> Rosa eglanteria


(E?)(L?) http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?keyword=Rosa+eglanteria

  • Rosa Eglanteria; Rosier fetide
  • Rosa Eglanteria Luteola; L'Eglantier Serin (syn
  • Rosa Eglanteria Var.Punicea; Rosier Capucine
  • Rosa Eglanteria Sub Rubra; Rosier Capucine
  • Fig. 1. Rosa Eglanteria = Rosier Eglantier. Fig
  • Rosa IV = The single eglatine or, Sweet Briarbu



(E?)(L1) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RD.asp


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ReDoute's Roses: "rosa eglanteria"


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ROEG - Rosa eglanteria L. - sweet briar rose


Rosa foetida (Redouté) - Rose

Die Rose "Rosa foetida" ("Rosa foetida var. bicolor Willmott") wird gelegentlich auch "Türkische Rose" genannt.

Der Name dieser Rose läßt nichts Gutes ahnen, bedeutet doch lat. "foetidus" = dt. "übel riechend", "stinkend", lat. "foetere" = dt. "übel riechen". Während auf einigen Seiten der Geruch der Rose als angenehm beschrieben wird, bestätigen andere Seiten einen gelegentlich als unangenehm empfundenen Geruch.

Name: Rosa foetida 'bicolor'

Synonyme: "Austrian Copper", "Capucine", "Capucine Bicolore", "Capucine Briar", "Copper", "Corn Poppy Rose", "R. lutea punicea", "R. eglanteria punicea", "Rose Comtesse", "Rosier Eglantier var. couleur ponceau", "Vermilion Rose of Austria"

Hybridizer/Date: Bred before 1596 by Gerard

Name: Rosa foetida 'harisoni'

Synonyme: "Harison's Yellow", "The Yellow Rose of Texas", "Yellow Sweet Brier", "Harrisonii", "Hogg's Yellow", "R. harisonii", "R. lutea hoggii", "R. x harisonii"

Hybridizer/Date: George Folliott Harison, USA about 1824

Name: Rosa foetida 'persiana'

Synonym: "Persian Yellow", "R. foetida X 'Persian Yellow'"

Hybridizer/Date: Bred 1607 by Unknown Discovered in England 1837 by Sir H. Willock.

(E?)(L1) http://www.apictureofroses.com/cms/home/nameindex-lesroses.htm

  • 024 Austrian Briar - R. foetida - Rosier Eglantier - Rosa Eglanteria
  • 025 'Austrian Copper' Rose - R. foetida var. bicolor - Rosier Eglantier var. couleur ponceau - Rosa Eglanteria var.punicea
  • 054 Foul-Fruited Rose - R. collina variety - Rosier à fruit fétide - Rosa foetida
  • 151 Cherry Briar Rose - R. foetida variety - L’Eglantier Cerise - Rosa Eglanteria sub rubra



(E?)(L?) http://www.classicroses.co.uk/search.php?searchstring=foetida

  • Rosa foetida - (Species) ‘Austrian Yellow’. Rich yellow, single flowers on a vigorous shrub with glossy foliage. - [More information]
  • Rosa foetida bicolor - (Species) "Rosa lute punicea" "Austrian Copper" A dazzling shrub when in full bloom. Single flowers of coppery scarlet. Rich yellow on the reverse of the petals. Needs a little extra care and protection from black spot but well worth growing. - [More information]
  • Rosa foetida bicolor - (Species) "Rosa lute punicea" "Austrian Copper" A dazzling shrub when in full bloom. Single flowers of coppery scarlet. Rich yellow on the reverse of the petals. Needs a little extra care and protection from black spot but well worth growing. - [More information]
  • Rosa foetida persiana - (Species) ‘Persian Yellow’ Double, globular flowers on an upright, thorny plant with dark green leaves and brownish wood. - [More information]



(E?)(L1) http://www.cnetter.net/

Rosa foetida lutea, Austrian Yellow
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(E?)(L?) http://www.histoires-de-roses.com/rosiers/rosa-lutea/index.html

La "Rosa foetida", synonyme de "Rose Lutea" ("Rose jaune") supporte bien les rigueurs de l’hiver. Elle est originaire d’une zone qui va de l’Asie Mineure au Nord-Ouest de l’Himalaya. De ses croisements sont issus les rosiers horticoles de couleur jaune et orange. Ces rosiers se caractérisent par une floraison précoce et abondante. Ses petites feuilles possèdent des glandes qui sécrètent un parfum agréable.
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(E?)(L2) http://www.ludwigsroses.co.za/

ROSA foetida bicolour atropurpurea


(E?)(L?) http://www.pflanzen-im-web.de/pflanzen/pflanzen-suche/Rosen/index.php

Kapuzinerrose ~ Rosa foetida bicolor


(E?)(L?) http://www.photomazza.com/?ROSES&lang=

Rosa foetida bicolor | Rosa foetida Persiana


(E?)(L1) http://www.rkdn.org/roses/RD.asp


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Rosa foetida
synonyms: "Austrian Brier", "Austrian Yellow", "Rosa lutea"
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Native of south-west Asia from Turkey to Pakistan and north to Georgia and the Tien Shan, in hedges scrub and on rocky slopes up to 2850m, flowering from April to June.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~282~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp

Rosa foetida Bicolor
synonyms: "Austrian Copper"
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AUSTRIAN COPPER Rosa foetida is a bright yellow rose found wild from Turkey east to Pakistan, and in Central Asia.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rogersroses.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~292~gid~~source~gallerychooserresult.asp

Rosa foetida Persiana
synonyms: "Persiana", "Persian Yellow"
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An ancient eastern garden rose, brought to England from Persia in 1837 by Sir Henry Willock.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/GlossaryAC.html

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Rosa foetida happens to be a very common ancestor to most yellow and red roses, passing to them the ability to create excellent warm colors.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rosefile.com/RosePages/DevilsDiction.html

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Rosa foetida - 1)The best host for blackspot. 2) An ancestor that defies all laws of genetics by being able to pass its susceptibility to disease across an infinite number of generations regardless of all intervening steps.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.schmid-gartenpflanzen.de/rosen/sorten/index.php/Rosa%20Lutea/

Rosa Lutea

Die gut winterharte "Rosa foetida" ist in Kleinasien bis zum Nordwest-Himalaya beheimatet. Aus ihren Abarten entstanden die gelben und orangefarbenen Gartenrosen. Die sehr frühe und reiche Blüte zeichnet diese Rosen aus. Die kleinen Blätter sind mit duftenden Drüsen besetzt.


(E?)(L1) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/wildrosen_e.htm#foetida

"Rosa foetida", "Rosa foetida J. HERM.", "Rosa lutea MILL.", "Rosa eglanteria MILL. non L.", "Rosa cerea Rössig ex Redouté", "Rosa eglanteria Redouté & Thory", "Fuchsrose", "Wachsrose", "Capucine jaune", "Austrian Briar", "Austrian Yellow Briar Rose", "Yellow Austrian Rose", "Single Yellow Sweet Brier"

Herkunft: Asien, um 1590 Wildrose, Lutea-Hybride, goldgelb (lutea=gelb), einmalblühend (Juni - August)
starker Duft, wird oft als unangenehm empfunden (foetidus =stinkend);
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"Rosa foetida var. bicolor Willmott", "Rosa lutea bicolor WILLM.", "Rosa lutea var. punicea W.D.J. Koch", "Rosa eglanteria var. punicea Lavallée", "Rosa lutea var. bicolor Sims", "Rosa sylvestris austriaca flore phoeniceo", "Subruba", "Türkische Rose", "Ägyptische Rose", "Rose Comtesse", "Wiener Rose", "Coppercoloured Austrian Rose", "Corn Poppy Rose"
Herkunft: Asien 1590 Lutea-Hybride Alte Rose, zweifarbig: kupfer-orange und goldgelb,
starker Duft (wird oft als unangenehm empfunden foetidus =stinkend)
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"Rosa foetida persiana", "Rosa foetida var. persiana Rehd.", "Rosa lutea persiana Lemaire", "Persische Goldrose", "Persian Yellow", "Kapuziner-Rose", "Kapuzinerrose", "Austrian Copper"

entdeckt v. Sir Henry Willock (GB) 1837 Wildrose, gelb einmalblühend (Mai) stark duftend wie foetida.
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