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Rosa glauca
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Rosa glauca

By Wouter Hagens (Own work) ‘Public domain’, via Wikimedia Commons



<i>Rosa glauca</i>

<i>Rosa glauca</i>

Rosa

Rosa glauca full sun

Celebrated for its dreamy, pewter-blue serrated foliage and the elegant simplicity of its single, light-centered, clear pink flowers, this princely shrub has a tranquil persona. Nearly thornless, medium-sized canes transmute purple hues, while offering quantities of shiny, oval-shaped coppery red hips that spice up the off-season landscape.

Indigenous to central and southern Europe’s mountains, Rosa glauca has been cultivated as a gracefully arching medium-sized specimen since the early 1800s and in our garden, it passes time alongside a silver-leafed Teucrium fruticans (Select Form).

Blooms June.

Size: 8' 0" high x 6' 0" wide. Zone 2/3.

Rosa glauca (S-0702)
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