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Rosa Rugosa (Sea Tomato)

Hardy, disease, insect and salt spray resistant bushes have beautiful repeat blooms followed by showy red fruits that last into winter. Prized for their high vitamin C content, the fruits are dried for tea and made into various preserves. Glossy rich green foliage turns a beautiful gold in the fall.

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Rosa Rugosa (Sea Tomato)

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Apple Rose (Rosa villosa)

Conventionally Grown

Profuse showy pink flowers in spring are followed by large bright red hips that are good for jellies, sauces and a high in vitamin C tea. Dried they taste like raspberry leather. Vigorous and pest...

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Hansa

USDA Certified Organic

A double purplish-red flowered variety that is very ornamental in the landscape with its repeat summer blooms. 5 to 6 foot tall plant with healthy dark green foliage is not as spreading as seedlings....

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Jubilee

Conventionally Grown

A hardy Russian variety with fragrant, purple-rose colored flowers followed by large, meaty and flavorful bright red rosehips. This attractive shrub can grow up to 8 feet tall, is disease resistant...

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Rugosa Rose (Rosa rugosa rubra)

USDA Certified Organic

Large deep rose-pink flowers keep blooming all summer long into fall. Large meaty fruit is good for jams and drying for tea and are very high in vitamin C. Hardy easy to grow plant spreads from...

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