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Rosa acicularis

More About Rosa acicularis

  • Pink blossoms ranging from pale pink to deep pink
  • Will produce red or orange rose hips
  • Small bristles and prickles cover the stem
  • Bloom Time: June to early July

Interesting Notes:

Native to Ontario


Prickly Wild Rose Growing and Maintenance Tips

Wild roses are best grown in full sun, a well-drained soil and water at the base of the plant in the mornings. In the spring, cut back dead wood but leave living canes as they flower on older stems. Rose hips provide food for insects bees, birds and wildlife. 

Rosa acicularis Characteristics