UK Native Wildflowers

Dog Rose Shrubs - Rosa canina

The Dog Rose (Rosa canina) or Wild Briar can be often found in hedgerows across the British countryside. It can be grown in any soil and grows well in heavy, cold soils. With pretty pink/white flowers in May/June followed by bright orange/red rosehips, a welcome sight in any hedge, screen or garden.

The current height of the plants is approximately 10-20cm and they can be planted out all year round.

RHS Perfect for Pollinators in Summer.

  • Plant in wet, dry, exposed and upland sites
  • Likes most soil types
  • Planted as a garden shrub or hedgerow plant
  • Widespread in the British Isles



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