Straight thorns on stem. Small serrated leaves and pink flowers in early summer. Keeps rose hips through winter.
Size: 12 – 18″ T; tends to trailing form
Sun: Prefers full sun
Soil Conditions: Dry, well drained sites
Special Uses: Supports pollinators, birds, hummingbirds
Forms dense clumps with large pink flowers. Fruit eaten by birds and small mammals. Browse for deer and elk. Very hardy.
Habitat Notes: Found in a variety of habitats from open, dry sites to boggy wet areas. Prefers full sun and some moisture to thrive. Prolific spreader.
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