Monday, 26 January 2015

The Wild Rose!

An ancestor of the modern garden rose, the wild rose is a perennial shrub that grows for many years. The rose flowers are ever so fragrant, large and are white or shades of pink.  The rosehip or bud is produced after the flower has finished blooming, which stay on the bush all winter.  Common habitat for these wild roses can be found in rocky slopes, open forests and and fields.

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