Prints by Pierre-Joseph Redouté  



Cultivars of Rosa gallica have been gracing gardens for centuries. Gertrude Jekyll refers to them as "Provins Roses."  They are also often called French roses.

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Rosa gallica aurelianensis

Rosa gallica flore giganteo

Rosa gallica officinalis

Rosa gallica pontiana

Rosa gallica purpuro-violacea magna

Rosa gallica regalis

Rosa gallica veriscolor


Rosa gallica, Part 2

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