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Image of Rosa acicularis photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Prickly Rose, Prickly Wild Rose)

Don't confuse the much more abundant prickly wild rose with the common wild rose when you take hikes in forests and meadows. The prickly wild rose has numerous spines and bristles on its sienna-brown twigs. This rose species is nearly circumboreal in its natural distribution. It's found across the northern half of North America, northern Europe, Siberian Russia and across Kazakhstan, Korea, Japan, China and Mongolia in Asia. Although a deciduous shrub, the mature size and habit of the prickly wild...

Image of Rosa banksiae photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lady Banks Rose)

A rambling, semi-evergreen shrub rose native to mountainous regions of western and Central China, Lady Banks' rose first entered European gardens in the early 19th century. Unlike modern roses, it blooms only once a year in late spring producing lots of single,double or semi-double ivory or pale yellow roses on long, nearly thornless, cascading stems. It is vigorous, large and requires a lot of space to grow.

Semi-evergreen, glossy, compound leaves cover the scrambling, cascading branches of...

Image of Rosa banksiae

Jackson & Perkins® Company

(Lady Banks Rose, Yellow Lady Banks Rose)

A large, rambling, semi-evergreen shrub rose native to mountainous regions of western and Central China, Lady Banks' rose ‘Lutea’ was first introduced at the Calcutta Botanical Garden shortly after 1800. It is loved and admired for its spring bounty of small, lightly scented, double yellow roses borne on long, cascading stems that are nearly thornless. Unlike modern roses, it blooms only once a year.

Semi-evergreen, glossy, compound leaves cover the scrambling, cascading branches of yellow...

Image of Rosa banksiae var. banksiae photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Lady Banks Rose)

A rambling, semi-evergreen shrub rose native to mountainous regions of western and Central China, Lady Banks' rose first entered European gardens in the early 19th century. Unlike modern roses, variety banksiae blooms only once a year in late spring producing lots of double to semi-double, pale yellow roses on long, nearly thornless, cascading stems. It is vigorous, large and requires a lot of space to grow.

Semi-evergreen, glossy, compound leaves cover the scrambling, cascading branches...

Image of Rosa blanda photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Smooth 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...

Image of Rosa bracteata photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Macartney 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...

Image of Rosa californica photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(California Wild 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...

Image of Rosa californica

Jessie Keith

(California Wild 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...

Image of Rosa canina photo by: TL

TL

(Dog Rose)

The pink to white single roses of the dog rose are followed by elongated, edible, vitamin C-rich, red hips that remain attractive into winter. The long, rambling branches of this deciduous rose are armed with sharp woody thorns and sucker and spread to form sprawling thickets. Though wild in nature, this is an attractive, durable rose that feeds wildlife. It is native to Europe, western Asia and adjacent northwestern Africa where it can be found growing along field and forest edges.

Dog rose's...

Image of Rosa foetida photo by: Bosh Bruening

Bosh Bruening

(Austrian Copper Rose)

A historical rose grown in Europe and Asia as early as 1596, the Austrian briar or copper rose bears pungently scented, bright yellow or orange-yellow flowers in spring. It is a deciduous shrub with an upright to slightly arching, open, airy habit. Like many species roses, this fast-grower is prone to foliar black spot and other rose diseases, especially in moist, humid climates.

The compound leaves of Austrian briar are made up of five to seven leaflets that are pale to medium green. Depending...