What is the scientific name for a red rose?

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The scientific name of a rose is Rosa. There are many species of red roses. A common red rose is Rosa Macdub, which is also known as a Dublin Bay or Grand Hotel rose.
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Rosasienthis Rosa chinensis.
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Roses originated in Central Asia & were considered the flower of the
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Scientific name: Rosa. Symbol of: New York. Higher classification: Rosoideae. Rank: Genus. Lower classifications: Cherokee Rose, Rugosa Rose, Rosa chinensis, Rosa acicularis, Multiflora
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Abracadabra (or Hocus Pocus) That one is very distinctive; it's usually much harder to put a name to them!
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