Rosa arvensis Huds. - syn. Rosa repens Scop. - Rosaceae - field rose, musk rose, Kriechende Rose, Feld-Rose
Shrub, trailing and climbing, to 3m tall, native to Europe; leaves with 5-7 leaflets, glabrous, serrate; flowers solitary, white, 3-5cm across; fruit ellipsoid, red.
„From the wild rose Rosa arvensis the Ayrshire rose (with filled, white or light red flowers) and the Rambler Rose was bred. Theire are also hybrids of Rosa arvensis with Tufts Rose (Rosa multiflora) and Rosa setigera.“ https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feld-Rose
The main volatile component of R. arvensis flowers was 4-vinyl phenol, 4-methoxy styrene (4-vinyl anisole ) was a minor component. 1,3,5-trimethoxy benzene was not present in R. arvensis, but in R. arvensis plena (possibly a hybrid between R. arvensis and a dwarf china rose, found 1982)
„Most of English roses emit myrrh (Myrrhis odorata) like scent caused by 4-methoxy styrene… main volatile component of Ayrshire Splendens and R. arvensis plena…“
[Volatile components of myrrh-scented roses and its effect on peripheral skin temperature., Joichi, A., Nakamura, Y., Sakai, K., Haze, S., Maebara, K., Nomura, K., Aroma Research, 11(4), 2010, 340-344]
Rosa arvensis, Kops et al., J., Flora Batava, vol.21 t.1622 (1901)
Rosa arvensis, CC BY-SA 3.0, Author: Andreas Kraska