Also known as
Hama-Nasu, Hedgehog Rose, Kiska Rose, Japanese Rose, Rugosa Rose, Turkestan Rose, Saltspray Rose, Wrinkled Rose, China rose, Rose
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Ramanas Rose Overview
This species is used to produce rosehip jelly. It will flower during the late spring and late autumn, followed by large hips. The foliage is dark and glossy. Give them a fairly rich soil.
How to propagate Ramanas Rose
By budding in summer.
Hardwood cuttings in autumn.
Hybrids are often propagated by grafting.
Special features of Ramanas Rose
Other uses of Ramanas Rose
Ornamental, fragrance, fruit, culinary (hips are rich in Vit C), makes good hedging, frost resistant Summer/Autumn interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.
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