Usually found in lower elevations, this native rose can be almost thornless. Small dark pink flowers are clustered in spreading groups of up to twenty at the ends of the newest growth, and are followed by pear-shaped hips. Like other wild roses, it provides good cover and food for small mammals and birds. Use this delightful plant along a fence line, at the edge of a woodland, or in the wild garden. Drought tolerant when established, it thrives with well-drained, fertile soil, full sun or very light shade, and some water through the hot summers.
Zones: 5 to 8
We do not ship small orders due to the prohibitive cost of shipping live plant material.
Pricing and availability are constantly subject to change!
Feel free to email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patience!