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(Hybrid Rugosa Rose, Pink Grootendorst Rose)

First introduced in 1923, the hybrid rugosa rosa, 'Pink Grootendorst', is a classic shrub rose distinguished by its clusters of double pink flowers. Its disease resistant foliage and tough nature make it ideal for lower maintenance gardens. Plants bloom on new wood and remain floriferous all season, though the first flush of blooms in late spring is the heaviest.

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa rose is a dense, thorny shrub rose native to eastern Asia. It is admired for its beautiful flowers...

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Mark A. Miller

(Roseraie de l'Hay Rugosa Rose, Rugosa Rose)

Fully double violet-red blooms grace the branches of the vigorous rugosa rose, 'Roseraie de L'hay.' These bloom from late spring to early summer into fall, though the first flush of flowers is the heaviest. It is a moderately compact shrub rose that was bred in France in 1899. Its foliage is only marginally disease resistant.

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa rose is a dense, thorny shrub rose native to eastern Asia. It is admired for its beautiful flowers and fruits as well as its...

Image of Rosa rugosa

Mark A. Miller

(Red Rugosa Rose, Rugosa Rose, Wild Sea Tomato)

Highly fragrant, single, magenta-red roses don the branches of the red rugosa rose. Flowering can occur all season but is most prolific in the first flush of spring. The rugose leaves of this tough shrub rose are deep green and moderately resistant to fungal disease. Very large pomegranate-like hips of tomato red grace the branch tips later in the season. This was originally distinguished as the naturally occurring variety rubra but has been in cultivation so long it is now distinguished...

(Rugosa Rose, Scabrous Rugosa Rose)

The hybrid rugosa rose, 'Scabrosa', is noted for its large, velvety, rose-pink single blooms with spidery yellow stamens and huge fall hips that look like tomato-red pomegranates. It is a tough variety ideal for naturalistic seaside gardens. The edible hips can be used to make jam or dried and added to festive winter potpourris.

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa rose is a dense, thorny shrub rose native to eastern Asia. It is admired for its beautiful flowers and fruits as well as its...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hybrid Rugosa Rose, White Grootendorst Rose)

Very double, white to pink blushed roses don the branches of the compact 'White Grootendorst' rugosa rose. Flowering can occur all season but is most prolific in the first flush of spring. The rugose leaves of this tough shrub rose are brighter green than those of deep pink forms and quite resistant to fungal disease. Very large pomegranate-like hips of deepest orange grace the branch tips later in the season. This lovely, notably hardy variety was bred in Canada and first introduced in 1962.

Cold...

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Mark A. Miller

(Rugosa Rose, Wild Spice Rugosa Rose)

Cold hardy, beautiful and tough, rugosa rose is a dense, thorny shrub rose native to eastern Asia. It is admired for its beautiful flowers and fruits as well as its resiliency to cold, high winds, ocean salt and drought. It has been introduced to North America and has naturalized across a large area of the northeast and Alaska.

The canes of rugosa rose are thickly covered with small, sharp thorns and compound rosaceous leaves with coarse, green leaflets that turn yellowish gold or bronzy shades...

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Mark A. Miller

(White Rose, White Rose of York)

Touted as one of the oldest hybrid roses in existence, Rosa x alba is an ancestor of many modern garden roses. This robust, disease resistant hybrid of Rosa canina and probably Rosa x damascena has been long cultivated in the Middle East for many centuries. A shrubby rose, its double or semi-double white flowers emit a lovely fragrance and are used to produce valuable rose oil.

The slightly arching stems of Rosa x alba are lined with very prickly hooked thorns....

(Jacobite Rose, White Rose of York)

The flowers of ‘Alba Maxima' are clear white and fully double with shorter petals radiating towards the center of each deliciously scented bloom. Touted as one of the oldest hybrid roses in existence, Rosa x alba is an ancestor of many modern garden roses. This robust, disease resistant hybrid of Rosa canina and probably Rosa x damascena has been long cultivated in the Middle East for many centuries. A shrubby rose, its double or semi-double white flowers emit a lovely...

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(White Rose of York)

Admired for its clear white semi-double roses, 'Alba Semiplena' is also known to be quite disease resistant and vigorous. Touted as one of the oldest hybrid roses in existence, Rosa x alba is an ancestor of many modern garden roses. This hybrid of Rosa canina and probably Rosa x damascena has been long cultivated in the Middle East for many centuries. A shrubby rose, its double or semi-double white flowers emit a lovely fragrance and are used to produce valuable rose oil.

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(Cabbage Rose, Provence Rose)

One of the oldest cultivated ornamentals, Rosa is a broad and complex genus with over 100 species and thousands of cultivated varieties. Roses are woody shrubs or rambling climbers that originate from Northwestern Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. They are either deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen, and all have stems lined with sharp woody thorns.

Roses have been grown for their beauty, food, perfume and medicine for nearly 5000 years. Early rose references and depictions...