Definition of Rosa multiflora
1. Noun. Vigorously growing rose having clusters of numerous small flowers; used for hedges and as grafting stock.
Generic synonyms: Rose, Rosebush
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rosa Multiflora
Literary usage of Rosa multiflora
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1. The Rose Manual: Containing Accurate Descriptions of All the Finest by Robert Buist (1844)
"... Horticultural expeditions at present engaged in exploring that hitherto sealed country. Rosa multiflora. ..."
2. The Rose Amateur's Guide: Containing Ample Descriptions of All the Fine by Thomas Rivers (1843)
"Rosa multiflora. The Rosa multiflora, or many-flowered rose, is a native of Japan, from whence it was brought by Thunberg, and introduced into this country ..."
3. The Rose Amateur's Guide by Thomas Rivers (1840)
"At present they are in full bloom, showing probably not less than ten thousand roses in this small space." CLIMBING ROSES. DIVISION SECOND. Rosa multiflora. ..."