Flowers are deep pink, rose pink or white in late spring and early summer (flowers may be produced sporadically throughout summer), and they may be single or double; fragrant; summer foliage is leathery and wrinkled, giving it a distinct texture; autumn color is yellow and orange; fruits are large red-orange "hips" that are edible.
Full sun; moist, well-drained soil is best, but it will tolerate some dryness; prefers acid soil, but will tolerate alkaline soils.
3 - 7
Insect Relative Damage
Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:
Less troubled by the common rose diseases (black spot and powdery mildew), than other roses; Japanese beetles are a damaging pest.
This rose is very salt tolerant.