Climbing Prairie Rose (Rosa setigera)
Climbing Prairie Rose (Rosa setigera)

Climbing Prairie Rose (Rosa setigera)

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Binomial

Rosa setigera

This shrub is a gorgeous wildlife magnet. Songbirds, quail, butterflies, small mammals, deer--you can see all of them visiting the climbing prairie rose at some point throughout the year. Honeybees and bumblebees frequently visit the showy, fragrant flowers that fade from pink to white giving a multi-hued display.

If you're mindful of the thorns, you can use this as a cut flower. Later in the year, birds are attracted to the red rose hips and the foliage turns deep red/purple.

Climbing prairie rose has a little more natural resistance to disease than many hybrid roses more commonly sold.

Uses: wildlife, bees, butterflies, cut flowers, hedge/barrier, fall color, fragrant flowers
Bloom time: May to June

Height: 3 to 5 feet
Space: 4 to 6 feet

Moisture: Average
Sun: Full sun to light shade

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