White Ramanus Rose bare roots

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Rosa rugosa alba will add colour and wildlife interest into a mixed hedge, or for its prickly deterrant quality. It has richly scented, large open single flowers from June to September, followed by the largest hip of any wild rose. The leaves are lush, glossy, dark green and crinkly (technical term is rugose) and downy underneath. The plant grows very densely with new growth coming from below ground level but true to the parent. …read more

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