Rose, Rugosa (Rosa rugosa) potted bush, organic

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Greetings!  Plants are available to the US only.  Potted plants, trees and succulents listed on this website may be ordered now, and will begin shipping March 18th.  If you have a preferred ship week, tell us right away!  Use the “order notes” field found at bottom of checkout page.  If you do not indicate a preferred ship week, we will set up the shipment first-come, first served, also taking into account appropriate shipping and planting times for your zone.  We will e-mail you when to expect your plant delivery, and you will receive tracking to your e-mail when the plants ship.  Our plant shipping seasons are:  March 18 through July 31, then again Sep 5 through Thanksgiving.  Order early to assure availability.

Family:  Rose (Rosaceae)

Hardy to Zones 2 to 9

Native to E. Asia, as far north as Siberia.  Tough, upright, thorny bushes useful in shelterbelts and hedges. These are not particular about their growing location or conditions, but sun, acidic soil and regular watering will produce monumental specimens.  The rugosa rose bears many small, sweetly aromatic, deep pink blossoms that give way to hefty hips.  Tea herb.  Source of pectin and vitamin C.  Prune back in fall.

Potted plant, Certified Organically Grown


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  1. Nicholas

    5 out of 5 Outstanding in the blistering Sonoran heat


    This rose, widely known in Maine as the ‘Beach rose,’ turns out to be an ace in the desert as well. Out of thirty different rose cultivars I trialled last year in Phoenix (9b), this was both the most fragrant and the only one to bloom in the ‘dog days’ of summer, when most other plants are too busy fighting transpiration to grow much, let alone blossom. Marvelous rugose foliage. Deep pink blooms suggest ‘rubra’ selection. Good golden autumn color. Overall, positively remarkable performance in one of the USA’s harshest climates.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      One of the most enlightening aspects of growing and distributing plants is feedback from other growers who try one’s stuff. Thank you for shedding more light on our Rosa rugosa, some see thorns, some see blossoms, it is all about pure view.

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