Rosa sempervirens, L.,

I. Klášterský, 1968, 10. Rosa L., Flora Europaea, Volume 2, Rosaceae to Umbelliferae, Cambrdige: Cambridge University Press, pp. 35-42: 27

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.47067

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Rosa sempervirens
status

 

1. R. sempervirens L.  ,

Sp. PL 492 (1753).

Evergreen, with long, creeping stems. Prickles sparse, curved, markedly decurrent at base. Leaflets (3-)5-7, 30-60 x 10-20 mm, coriaceous, ovate-lanceolate, acuminate, serrate, glabrous, shining; stipules narrow. Inflorescence (1 -)3- to 7-flowered, corymbose. Pedicels glandular-hispid, 2-4 times as long as the fruit. Sepals ovate, long-acuminate, usually entire, glandular with stalked glands on the margins and back, deflexed and deciduous after anthesis. Petals 10-20(-30) mm, white. Stylar column hairy or glabrous. Fruit c. 10 mm, globose or broadly ovoid, red. Mediterranean region and S. W. Europe, northwards to 47° 30' in W. France. A1 B1 Co Cr Ga Gr Hs It Ju Lu Sa Si Tu [Br],

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Rosales

Family

Rosaceae

Genus

Rosa