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Field Grown Plants typically run 10 to 24 inches tallOrders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Rugosa Rose Red Shrubs single petal hedge shrub roses are wonderully fragrant blossoms repeat throughout summer on this selection of the Rosa rugosa species. Blossoms of the Rugosa Rose Red are followed by very large orange-red hips in late summer and last all winter. Bumble bees are always visiting the blossoms on this rose. Great choice for a Flowering Shrub Hedge.
The Living Fence Rose - Heavily scented large flowers usually deep pink to red, June to August producing seed pods (rose hips) which ripen August to October. Red Rosa Rugosas grows at a rate of up to two feet per year and will grow up to 6 feet tall. This plant is excellent for fast growing hedges.
Disease resistant and winter hardy to Zone 2. Suitable for most any well drained soil. Space plants 3 feet apart in the row to create a fast growing hedge. In warmer climates, such as zone 8, this plant may keep its leaves over mild winters. Plant in full sun for best results. As with other roses, the rosa rugosa may not bloom as well in spaces with the sun being blocked.
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