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Image of Rosa glauca photo by: Plant Select®

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(Red-leaved Rose)

The purplish-red foliage of red-leaved rose offers a perfect color contrast for its clusters of showy pink and white single blooms. Sometimes called by its old name Rosa rubrifolia, this old-fashioned species rose originates from alpine regions across Europe, from Spain to Poland. It is a deciduous shrub rose that was heavily cultivated in the 19th century, but is now only sought after by diehard rose collectors. In modern gardens it would be best placed in more informal, naturalistic landscapes...

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...

(Wichurana 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...

(Himalayan Rose)

Large leaves (the largest of the roses), clusters of delicate single pink summer flowers, and showy red fall hips are the three most notable characteristics of the Himalayan rose. This large, bushy, deciduous shrub rose is native to alpine regions of China and the Himalayas. It is rarely in cultivation but makes a beautiful, though somewhat wild and informal, specimen rose for diehard rose fanciers.

The stems of Himalayan rose are more bristly and prickly than thorny. Enormous compound...

(Moyes' Rose)

A unique species rose from western China, Moyes' rose sports loads of fire-red single blooms early in the season followed by spectacular urn-shaped hips of orange-red. Natural populations of this large, deciduous shrub exist in open alpine and sub-alpine regions. The hips are edible and make great forage for wildlife. Wild-type forms are pretty ungainly maintaining loose, sprawling habits, but the hybrid 'Geranium' is more compact and better suited to the garden.

The bristly, spiny branches...

Image of Rosa multiflora photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Baby Rose, Multiflora Rose)

A parent of the Polyantha roses and numerous "rambling" roses, this large rampant deciduous shrub from East Asia is a troublesome weed in the United States and numerous other locales. The long, arching, clambering stems of this hardy shrub are armed with vicious curved thorns which enable it to cling to and engulf other plants as large as medium-sized trees. Compound leaves with 5 to 11 toothed oval leaflets alternate along the stems. A fringed, caterpillar-like stipule with long hair-like teeth...

Image of Rosa roxburghii photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Roxburgh's 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 rugosa photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(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...

Image of Rosa rugosa

Jessie Keith

(Rugosa Rose, White Rugosa Rose)

Highly fragrant, single, clear white roses don the branches of the white 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 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 naturally occurring variety has been in cultivation since the late 19th century and has received the Royal Horticultural...

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James Burghardt

(Frau Dagmar Hartopp Rugosa Rose, Fru Dagmar Hastrup Rugosa Rose, Rugosa Rose)

Large, single, shell-pink blooms are the highlight of the tough rugosa rose, 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup.' These are only moderately fragrant. Bright orange-red hips appear in profusion by fall.

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...