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Rosa glauca    

Rosa glauca – species Central Southern Europe mountains, introduced by Porret, cultivated prior to 1830. Blooms early June, mahogany red hips, 4-6ft h., very hardy.

Cultivation: Cool, well drained soil, afternoon shade (hot, dry, full sun can cause it to drop leaves early.
No hard pruning necessary. Periodically remove older canes to encourage vigorous growth and new shoots from base.

This planting is in the 8. Road garden .

Purchased from Veseys Seeds

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Plant Red leaf rose Rosa glauca 19

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