R. reticulatum f. pentandrum Wils
Leaves soon glabrous on both surfaces, hence distinguishable from the common form of
even when out of flower. Stamens five only. Ovary glandular, not hairy; style glabrous.
., t. 7681. Native of Japan; introduced by Messrs Veitch in 1883. Although it is very similar to
) in general appearance, the distinctive characters given above appear to be well correlated and together make it more than just a five-stamened form of that species. It has the same garden value.