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amackjr wrote:
What type of rose is this and when does it bloom?
   Comment   November 1, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Even when the hips are ready on Rosa Rugosas, you might get a second flush of blooms from the other rosebushes in your garden. Keep cutting roses to get the best bang on second blooms.
Amy Renea added this to Roses: Crowning Touch of Gardens
Smaller bush roses are another option for the gardener who doesn't want to put up with the hassle of spraying, feeding and pruning. Hardy roses like rugosas can stand up to neglect and even saltwater without throwing a fit. Old-time rosebushes also produce large edible rose hips, which are great for tea.

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courtg2010 added this to garden
April 6, 2014
Rugosa roses. Hardy shrub
almostjane added this to GARDEN-PLANTINGS
December 17, 2013
Rugosas
allisonhedberg added this to allisonhedberg's ideas
April 12, 2013
Hardy rosebush rugosas
kristinherlson4 added this to kristinherlson4's ideas
April 10, 2013
Rugosas- Hardy roses stand upto neglect and even saltwater.
dreamtudor added this to Planting ideas for Spring
February 11, 2013
hardy roses
blingz added this to blingz's ideas
December 2, 2012
lovely!!!
Jackie Mcknight added this to english country
October 12, 2012
rugosas are good and hardy use for rose hips
rosemariea added this to rosemariea's Favorites
September 29, 2012
Beautiful soft color.
meliss1017 added this to Outdoors
September 27, 2012
Smaller bush roses are another option for the gardener who doesn't want to put up with the hassle of spraying, feeding and pruning. Hardy roses like rugosas can stand up to neglect and even saltwater without throwing a fit. Old-time rosebushes also produce large edible rose hips, which are great for tea.
lacey07 added this to Beachy
September 5, 2012
Rugosas hardy rose
lacey07 added this to Roses
September 5, 2012
Rugosas are hardy roses, beach
carolmae added this to Outdoors
May 22, 2012
SO pretty!!
casnash14 added this to casnash14's Favorites
May 18, 2012
Love it
mommomof9 added this to mommomof9's Favorites
May 1, 2012
Roses
rsmtime added this to rsmtime's ideas
April 30, 2012
Beautiful.
Lindsey added this to Landscaping
April 30, 2012
Hardy rose - Rugosa
hsikes added this to hsikes's ideas
April 28, 2012
outdoor plants
bebop730 added this to Paintings artwork sculpture
April 28, 2012
Light pink roses on bush to paint?
empark added this to outdoors
April 27, 2012
Smaller bush roses are another option for the gardener who doesn't want to put up with the hassle of spraying, feeding and pruning. Hardy roses like rugosas can stand up to neglect and even saltwater without throwing a fit. Old-time rosebushes also produce large edible rose hips, which are great for tea.
kitchentreasures added this to kitchentreasures's ideas
April 26, 2012
rugoses roses
abdullahi added this to abdullahi's ideas
April 26, 2012
cv
snorty1 added this to snorty1's ideas
April 25, 2012
Pretty
Betsy Darden added this to Betsy Darden's ideas
April 25, 2012
Rugosa- stnds up to neglect and salt water
dawnhallbauer added this to dawnhallbauer's Favorites
April 25, 2012
Roses
cottagedream added this to cottagedream's ideas
April 25, 2012
rose rugosa roses are excellent for no fuss
bethiam added this to bethiam's ideas
April 25, 2012
Smaller bush roses are another option for the gardener who doesn't want to put up with the hassle of spraying, feeding and pruning. Hardy roses like rugosas can stand up to neglect and even saltwater without throwing a fit. Old-time rosebushes also produce large edible rose hips, which are great for tea.
Susan K added this to Outdoors and plants
April 25, 2012
Smaller rose bush. Rugosas stand up to neglect.
thelakehouse added this to lake exterior ideas
April 24, 2012
rugosas- low maintenance
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