musk rose


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musk rose

n.
A rose (Rosa moschata) cultivated for its clustered, musk-scented white flowers.

musk rose

n
(Plants) a prickly shrubby Mediterranean rose, Rosa moschata, cultivated for its white musk-scented flowers

musk′ rose`


n.
a rose, Rosa moschata, of the Mediterranean region, having white, musk-scented flowers.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.musk rose - rose native to Mediterranean region having curved or climbing branches and loose clusters of musky-scented flowers
rose, rosebush - any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
Translations

musk rose

n (Bot) → rosa muschiata
References in classic literature ?
says the Sergeant, fondling the Musk Rose with his lanky fingers, and speaking to it as if he was speaking to a child.
He became a trifle less dreary; and he looked much as he had looked when he noticed the white musk rose in the flower-garden.
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Other noteworthy plants in Zeldin's garden include a fiery-flowered Mexican flame vine (Senecio confusus), which has clambered up a 'Seven Sisters' rose bush; a 'Milestone' rose whose flowers smell like crushed raspberries; a sky flower (Thunbergia grandiflora), which is a blue version of the more widely seen orange Thunbergia vine; and a 'Cornelius' musk rose, mildew-resistant and called "the most fragrant climbing rose" by Zeldin.
He also presents an entirely new classification of his roses, including the original old rose hybrids; a group he has called `The Leander Group' which leans a little more towards the modern rose in appearance; `The English Musk Rose Hybrids', based on the old musk rose and the `English Alba Hybrids' ( as well as a number of English climbing roses.
The three-year-old Welsh Section B filly, Weston Park Musk Rose left Melbourne at the end of February and is currently making a new home at David and Eirian Williams's Moelgarnedd Stud at Bala, Gwynedd, who decided to import her after a visit to Australia this winter.
Enter beneath the dangling purple blooms of the school's 100-year-old wisteria arbor and take in the far-flung melange of flowers, from jacaranda to a rare Abyssinian musk rose.