Rosa dumalis

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Glaucous Dog Rose
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Rosa dumalis
Rosa dumalis
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Order: Rosales
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Family: Rosaceae
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Genus: Rosa
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Rosa dumalis (Glaucous Dog Rose) is a species of rose native to Europe and southwest Asia. Not all authorities accept it as distinct, with the Flora Europaea treating it as a synonym of Rosa canina.

It is a shrub that grows 1-2 m high. It has long, bent thorns. It bears dark or light pink flowers in June and July. The hips are oval and quite soft. It may be confused with R. canina, but when flowering they are easy to tell apart since R. canina has white or light pink flowers.


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