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Estimated Height at Pickup: 2-3’, 3 gal

A flowering native rose with a caning habit similar to blackberry canes. Flowers are roughly the size of a silver dollar, light pink, and fragrant. An excellent moist soil alternative to the wildly invasive multiflora rose!

Pollination: Likely self pollinating.

Light: Full Sun, Part Sun/Shade

Soil Moisture: Wet, Wet Mesic

Soil Type: Sandy Loam, Peat, Muck

Height: 3’-8’

Width: 3’-8’

Bloom Color: Pink

Bloom Time: Jun-Jul

Fruit: Rose hips mature to a bright red in fall.

Fall Color: Red

Root Type: Rhizome

Notable Wildlife Interactions: Flowers attract bees, flies, and beetles. Hosts a few insects including beetles, leafhoppers, and some smaller insects. Rose hips are eaten by a number of birds, including cedar waxwings and thrushes.

Notes: Tolerates seasonal flooding but not standing water. Will sucker, but is slow to do so. Prune in late winter.

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