(Plant heights are given at maturity)
Dog Rose - Rosa canina - Long arching branches with pale pink blooms followed by small scarlet hips. Makes a good hedge planting. Hardy to -40F (-40C); height: 3-10ft.
|#2302 Packet, $13.50 each, Approximately 100 seeds|
Rugosa Rose - Rosa rugosa - One of the hardiest of the roses with pink blooms followed by large hips. The formidable thorns make it a good hedge planting. Hardy to -50F (-45C); height: 6ft.
|#2312 Red||Packet, $15.95 each, Approximately 100 seeds|
|#2311 White||Packet, $15.95 each, Approximately 100 seeds|
Mountain Rose - Rosa woodsii - Native to the eastern US and Canada, this pretty rose has small fragrant pink blooms and blue-green foliage. It has an upright, rounded growth habit, and does not become invasive, so makes a good variety for wildflower gardens. In the autumn, bright red hips appear, and the foliage turns golden yellow. Hardy to -30F (-34.4C); height: 3ft.
|#2316 Packet, $15.95 each, Approximately 100 seeds|
Prairie Rose - Rosa arkansana - A small shrub rose spreading underground by rhizomes, this species is native to much of the US. Blooms are pink and are followed by red hips, which are used to make teas, syrups and jams and are rich in vitamin A,C and E and flavanoids. The roots have been used to treat bleeding and eye complaints. The plants are very adaptable and grow well in a wide variety of soil types and light levels. Hardy to -30F (-34.4C); height: 18in.
|#2287 Packet, $23.99 each, Approximately 100 seeds|
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