Brier Rose, Dog Brier, Dog Rose, Thornless Dog Rose
In Stock: 1.687 lb (Total:1.687lb)
Rosa canina var. Inermis
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: warm stratify for 60 days, cold stratify for 60 days
Germination: sow seed 3/8" deep , tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Other: summer sowing in muched beds results in germination the following spring.|can be fall sown without stratification.
Looking for a versatile and useful addition to your garden? Look no further than the Rosa canina var. Inermis Brier Rose, also known as the Dog Brier, Dog Rose, or Thornless Dog Rose. Not only does this plant produce beautiful white or pink flowers on long arching canes, but its fruit is also edible raw or cooked, making delicious jams and syrups. The syrup is even used as a nutritional supplement, especially for babies. The dried leaves make a perfect tea substitute, and the petals can even be eaten as a vegetable in China. This plant is also used as an understock for hybrid tea roses and produces long stalks with vivid colors. With its many uses and benefits, Rosa canina has been widely naturalized throughout the U.S. and is a great choice for any garden. Plus, during World War II in the United States, it was even planted in victory gardens. Don't miss out on this versatile and nutritious addition to your garden. More information can be found on http://plants.usda.gov.