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<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Rosa rugosa</i> 'Rubra'

Rosa rugosa 'Rubra'

red Japanese rose (shrub)

Masses of fragrant, single, yellow-centred, purplish-red flowers from July to September, followed by attractive, tomato-shaped, red or orange-red rose hips. This...

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