Native Vermont Rose


Wild bush rose with edible hips and pink flowers.

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After May 15  only available potted at nursery (online inventory will show sold out, but plenty available for pick up).

This wild native rose has attractive pink flowers and orange-ish hips. The hips are edible, although smaller than the rugosa rose’s. This is a very cold hardy and tough plant. Tolerant to at least zone 3. Spreads to form a clump or hedge. It can be allowed and trained to over 6 feet, but is often managed and trimmed to form and attractive hedge or orchard border. We use it here for jam fodder, but also as a draw for japanese beetles. It is tolerant of the critters and keeps them off more important fruit producers.


Available as a pack of 3 for 40.00

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Weight 1 lbs
wild rose

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