Rosa sericea subsp. omeiensis PAB 2883

A collection from Bhutan, this form of a variable species has over eleven leaflets to each ferny-looking leaf and bizarre looking fruit, having the stalk enlarged and fleshy like the actual fruit, forming an elongated hip in red and yellow, seen in summer. Flowers are white with usually four petals. Makes a tough, medium sized, dense shrub with prickly stems.

Pot size: 3L
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