Hand colored engraving of Rosa centifolia in A Collection of Roses (1799) by Mary Lawrance, after her own drawing.
Some facts about Rosa centifolia
1. Rosa centifolia means, literally, 100-leaved (or, in this case, petaled) rose.
2. Other names for the plant are Blush Provence Rose or Cabbage Rose.
3. Blooms are very fragrant. Flowers are grown commercially to produce rose oil.
4. The plants typically blooms only once in Spring or Summer, but in very temperate climates it may bloom in "flushes", i.e. multiple times, but not continuously.