Provence rose, cabbage rose, rosa centifolia
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Centifolia roses are also known as Cabbage roses, or as Provence roses.
On the other hand, how colorful could pale brown cabbage roses get?
It had large cabbage roses on a green ground.
Starling blinked at the cabbage roses on the wall, took a breath and let it out.
A squat vase of cabbage roses stood beside the lamp.
Gone are the classic cabbage roses, hearts and vines.
Red splotches the size of cabbage roses had grown on his cheeks and jowls.
Her motel is a battle cry against cabbage roses, throw pillows and hook rugs.
The wallpaper was all pink roses, big old-fashioned cabbage roses.
Shocking pink and blood-red cabbage roses are strewn over the thin black rug.
I was going for feeling and something unexpected - no chintz, no cabbage roses."
She sees him in all the objects of her house: on the "rug with its border of cabbage roses.
"There's a convention in town," she said, turned pink, and studied the wall behind my left shoulder, papered with huge Victorian cabbage roses.
The greens of leaves were soft, like the walls, and blended with faded pink cabbage roses against a deeper green background.
The walls were covered with a patterned wallpaper showing cabbage roses against an endless trellis.
Lifelike cabbage roses and abstract flowers on black or white grounds contributed to the fashion bouquet.
The current roses are more Victorian in appearance, bunches of large cabbage roses."
The scene included cabbage roses, paperwhites, and one woman wearing a medieval-style jester's hat.
Plus, it's not bad paper, the wallpaper in room 313, pastel green stripes alternating with rows of pink cabbage roses.
Into the living room, where faded cabbage roses climbed the walls and "company" furniture was ghosted under dust covers.
After all, what can you do in a full-length silk dupion with cabbage roses and silver applique?
And its backing, a riot of cabbage roses on Pompeiian red, introduces yet another complication that somehow works.
"I'll miss my gardens," she said, "and all those organic vegetables and scented cabbage roses."
There is a vase of beautiful cabbage roses on the desk and a bottle of Crystal Light.
Marianne Johnson, sitting in a restaurant in her low-back black dress with the red cabbage roses, married him anyway.
Several drops of sherry splashed on Mr. Scuddimore's red cabbage roses.
In other parts of the world Rosa centifolia is commonly used.
Rosa centifolia (I)
The second most well-known essential oil is probably rose oil, produced from the petals of Rosa damascena and Rosa centifolia.
The Provence rose or Rosa centifolia is the full and fat "cabbage rose" made famous by Dutch masters in their 17th century paintings.
Common Provence Rose, rosa centifolia L.; Drawing by G.D.
The Moss roses are based on a mutation of Rosa centifolia, the Provence or cabbage rose, some with Damask roses as another parent.
Rosa centifolia, the cabbage rose, which is more commonly grown in Morocco, France and Egypt Bulgaria produces about 70% of all rose oil in the world.
The basic species of Provence and Moss roses,Rosa centifolia, forms a wide, loose, open bloom (an influence to be seen in some modern hybrids), which has given them a rather derogatory name 'cabbage rose'.
The ramblers, Rugosas, Musks, Gallicas and most of the Old and species roses make root easily, whereas Rosa centifolia, the 'Moss Rose', is reluctant, as are (for some reason not at all understood) roses that have yellow, or predominantly yellow, flowers.
The larvae feed on Potentilla caulescens, Rosa arkansana, Rosa canina, Rosa centifolia, Rosa glauca, Rosa pendulina, Rosa rubiginosa, Rosa rugosa, Rosa tomentosa, Rosa wichuriana, Sanguisorba minor and Sanguisorba officinalis.