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Baldhip Rose Rosa gymnocarpa

Description

The most shade-loving of the three native roses, found in woodlands and dry forest. The flowers are deep pink and can draw in some pollinators to woodland sites.

 

habitat Woodlands and dry forests
light Part shade to shade
moisture Dry to mesic
height 0.5 to 1.5 m
flowering May to June
habit Rhizomatous deciduous shrub
advantages Attracts Pollinators
companion plants Oceanspray, Pacific Sanicle, Columbia Brome, Alaska Oniongrass, Sword Fern
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