ROSA rugosa Ramanus Rose
£20.00 – £75.50
Excellent fast growing & tough deciduous hedge. Produces an abundance of richly scented flowers from June-September which are followed by large orange-red hips in early autumn (can be as big as a cherry tomato!) which are good for rose-hip syrup, or make excellent bird food
Rosa rugosa is a wild rose which produces richly scented, large open single flowers in mid-summer. The leaves are lush, glossy, dark green and crinkly with a downy underneath, these turn a butter yellow colour in autumn. The attractive flowers turn to large rose hips that stand out boldly against green foliage and provide autumnal interest. These hips are the largest of any wild rose and provide a much needed food source for birds. A boisterous, incredibly resilient variety of rose, commonly grown as a flowering hedge which can also act as an effective security barrier due to its dense habit and thorny stems. It has to be said that Rosa Rugosa has a shaggy, unkempt look, though this arguably contributes to its charm and can be easily managed with trimming. Though best grown in full sun with well-drained soil, is also tolerant of poorer soil and shade and makes a perfect screen for coastal gardens due to its ability to withstand harsh weather conditions.
Size – 30-50cm
Planting distance 25cm apart
As this product is bare-rooted it is available for dispatch between Late november to March. Orders can be placed in advance at any time, just bear in mind that payment will be taken in full at time of ordering.
Per 10, Per 50