Rosa montana, Chaix

I. Klášterský, 1968, 10. Rosa L., Flora Europaea, Volume 2, Rosaceae to Umbelliferae, Cambrdige: Cambridge University Press, pp. 35-42: 29

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

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scientific name

Rosa montana
status

 

17. R. montana Chaix   in Vill.,

Hist. PI. Dauph. 1: 346 (1786).

Stems up to 3 m, erect. Prickles curved or nearly straight, abruptly dilated at base. Leaflets 7-9, 20-35 x 12-25 mm, broadly obovate, biserrate, glabrous, bluish-green, glandular beneath on the midrib and rarely also on the lateral veins; petiole and rhachis glandular. Flowers solitary or 2-3. Pedicels very densely stipitate-glandular. Sepals glandular on the back, erect and persistent after anthesis. Petals 14-22 mm, pale pink, becoming whitish. Disc as wide as or very little wider than the orifice. Styles lanate. Fruit 15-25 mm, ovoid to elongate-pyriform, stipitate-glandular, rarely glabrous. S. Europe and parts of S.C. Europe. Au Ga Gr He Hs It ?Ju Si.

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Rosales

Family

Rosaceae

Genus

Rosa