Native to California, this wild rose is naturally found along stream banks or in areas with seasonally moist soil. R. californica forms a spreading thicket of thorny stems that create an effective barrier or hedge, and provide protection for a variety of birds. Fragrant, 5-petaled pink blossoms appear in spring to early summer, followed by decorative rose hips in fall.

California Wild Rose

Rosa californica

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