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nootka rose grows

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Wallace W Hansen Native Plant Nursery and Gardens Shrub Section of Northwest Native Plant Catalog
... rose is native to the Pacific Coast in shady, moist locations. It will not, however, tolerate waterlogged soils. It is hardy from USDA zones 7-9. Rosa nutkana (Nootka Rose) This delightful native rose has large, bright, orange hips and clusters of one to three 2" pink flowers with a sweet, almost cinnamon scent. Nootka Rose grows very fast, ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Rosa Nutkana (Nootka Rose) Catalog
... of the Nootka Rose are large and round, being - long. In comparison, the Bald-Hip Rose has tiny hips of only , the Clustered Rose has larger, oblong hips. Lastly, the Nootka Rose grows upright from 3-6, with stiff, erect branches. Conversely, the Clustered Rose is ...
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Wild Roses in Alaska
... North Slope, the Aleutians and Southeastern Alaska. Rosa nutkana grows on the Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, and throughout Southeastern ... ] Rosa acicularis Common name: Prickly Rose Rosa acicularis is circumpolar in the boreal forest region. It grows from Alaska to Quebec ... fall. [ top of page ] Rosa nutkana Common name: Nootka Rose Rosa nutkana grows wild from Alaska south to California and east ...
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Get Growing Gardening Tips - Lupins
... species. The latter is L. pusillus (Annual Lupin) that has rose or purple or almost white flowers. This species is ... Perennial Lupin) which has light violet or occasionally white flowers and grows in prairie sites; L. lepidus has blue flowers and inhabits ... same time the Blue flowered L. nootkatensis was introduced from Nootka Sound. However, the most important species L. polyphyllus, the ancestor ...
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Lupins - Get Growing Gardening Tips Devonian Botanic Garden
... species. The latter is L. pusillus (Annual Lupin) that has rose or purple or almost white flowers. This species is ... Perennial Lupin) which has light violet or occasionally white flowers and grows in prairie sites; L. lepidus has blue flowers and inhabits ... same time the Blue flowered L. nootkatensis was introduced from Nootka Sound. However, the most important species L. polyphyllus, the ancestor ...
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California Native Plants
... in Nipomo. A native plant nursery grows weird plants! A native plant nursery grows weird plants! A native plant nursery grows weird plants! A native pond ... rose. Rosa gymnocarpa Wood Rose. Rosa nutkana Nootka Rose. Rosa pinetorum Whiskey Rose. Rosa pinetorum Whiskey Rose. Rosa woodsii glabrata (mohavensis) Rosa woodsii glabrata (mohavensis) Rosa woodsii ultramontana Fragrant Rose, Mountain Rose. ...
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Populus trichocarpa To rr
... fluviatilis), and Scouler (S. scouleriana) willow (4). In other coastal forests, black cottonwood grows in mixture with red alder (Alnus rubra), Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), ... -osier dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) and other Cornus spp., beaked hazel (Corylus cornuta), Nootka rose (Rosa nutkana), thimbleberry (Rubus parviflorus), salmonberry (R. spectabilis), elder (Sambucus spp.), bearberry ...
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ORS
... grows only in wet areas. Not recommended to eat the hips. Too tiny and hairy inside. The most common wild rose overall is R. nootkana or Nootka rose. A much larger plant, with large pink flowers in spring and purplish hips fall and winter. This one can be eaten. A naturalized rose ...
www.olyrose.org




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