Rugosa roses are tall, shrubby plants that need room to spread out. Many are fragrant, produce colorful ‘hips’ and have vicious thorns. Be sure to plant them where you won’t be backing into them and use extreme caution moving a large rugosa rose. Colors Hip, Rugosa Care, Rose Gardens, Rugosa Rose, Gardeningpl Care, Gardens Pl Care, Rose Hip, Plants Care, Rosa Rugosa
Practically indestructible, daylilies will flower their heads off in almost any sunny spot. Grows in Zones 3-9.
All roses should produce hips, although rugosa roses are said to have the best tasting hips. These are also generally the largest and most abundant.
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