Definition of Rosa odorata
1. Noun. Any of several hybrid bush roses derived from a tea-scented Chinese rose with pink or yellow flowers.
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Literary usage of Rosa odorata
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1. Manual of Roses: Comprising the Most Complete History of the Rose, Including by William Robert Prince (1846)
"THE original Rosa odorata, or Blush Tea Scented Rose, has long been a favorite. This pretty variation of the China Rose was imported from China into England ..."
2. The Rose Amateur's Guide by Thomas Rivers (1840)
"The original Rosa odorata, or Blush Tea- scented Rose, has long been a favourite. This pretty variation of the Chinese Rose was imported from China in 1810; ..."
3. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist (1839)
"Rosa odorata OR TEA ROSE. The original Rosa odorata or tea rose, has been and will be a lasting favourite. It is supposed to have been imported from China ..."
4. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1920)
"(Rehder & Wilson, from China, 1907.) 34, 36. ROSA MURIELS;, Species. (Rehder & Wilson, from China, 1910.) 34, 35. Rosa odorata ..."