Rosa multiflora

Can appear vine-like climbing through trees. Has fringed petioles which native roses do not. Flowers are white, 5-petaled and spring blooming. Fruits persist throughout winter and are eaten and dispersed by birds and wildlife. Grows in impenetrable thickets and aggressively displaces native species.  

Plant Information

Common Name(s): 
multiflora rose
Type: 
Non-Native
Shrubs, Trees
Native Region: 
Asia
Moisture: 
Dry
Moist
Light: 
Sun
Part Sun
Part Shade
Shade

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