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Cluster Rose

Rosa pisocarpa




First Noted by Expedition
June 10, 1806, on the Weippe Prairie, Idaho.
 

Description
Small single five-petal flowers, ranging from white to deep pink in color. Sweet-smelling native rose. Grows 3-8 ft (1-2.5 m) tall, with dark red and occasionally green stems. Rosehips, when green resemble peas.
 

Habitat
Moist, swampy thickets, in roadside ditches and along streams.
 

Range
Southern British Columbia to northern California, at lower elevations west of the Cascades.
 

Note
One of only four roses native to area.
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