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      Rosa pimpinellifolia (Rosa spinosissima)
    Scotch Rose ( Scotch Briar )
       Deciduous Shrub
HEIGHT:3 - 8 feet
SPREAD:3 - 5 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Pink, white or yellow flowers; very hardy.
LIMITATIONS:Thorns.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Western Asia and Europe
CULTIVARS:‘Alba-plena’ double white flowers.; var. altaica Scotch Altai rose; large, single, pale, creamy-yellow flowers; fewer thorns than species; vigorous growth, 6' x 6+'; hardy in INT in protected sites only.; ‘Fruehlingsgold’ pale yellow, single or semidouble flowers.; ‘Freuhlingsmorgen’ pink-red flowers.; ‘Harison’s Yellow Rose’ Rosa pimpinellifolia x Rosa foetida ‘Persiana’; Mormon Rose; double yellow flowers; climbing habit; reaching 6' to 8' in height and spreading to 5'; excellent survival once established (Zone 4).; ‘Lutea’ Yellow Scotch Rose; yellow flowers; easy to grow.; ‘Lutea-plena’ double yellow flowers.; ‘Prairie Dawn’ pink flowers all summer; can grow to 12' tall.; ‘Prairie Charm’ salmon-pink flowers all summer; needs snow cover in winter.
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