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A superb native rose, Rosa woodsii (woods rose) has rose-pink flowers in early June.

The bright red hips persist throughout winter, and are used as food by birds.

A fast grower, the Wood’s Rose quickly reaches 4.’

 This rose will survive in the harsh conditions from the Rocky Mountains through the Cascades, USDA zones 4-6.

It is drought tolerant, needs little sun and can survive on steep, rocky slopes with little topsoil. An excellent choice for difficult sites.

*****Be careful though they have been know to take over if not trimmed and managed on a regular basis in central Oregon*****


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