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Related to rugosa: Rugosa Rose, Rosa rugosa, Candida rugosa

rugosa

(ruːˈɡəʊsə)
n
(Plants) any of various shrubs descended from a particular wild rose, Rosa rugosa
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Rugosa roses provide |a spectacle all year round MARIE BAMPTON roses flower strongly and keep ArugosA the interest going with colourful hips and autumn foliage.
Rugosa roses provide |a spectacle all year round MARIE BAMPTON ARUGOSA roses flower strongly and keep the interest going with colourful hips and autumn foliage.
Rugosa roses provide a spectacle all year round MARIE BAMPTON ARUGOSA roses flower strongly and keep the interest going with colourful hips and autumn foliage.
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Bulb flowers such as hyacinths, narcissus, and crocus, which were cultivated in the Holy Land by some of the earliest gardeners, have grown well in the Mississippi climate, as have the Rosa Rugosa, an American rose that is very similar to the rose native to the Holy Land.
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Other scents include Marius & Jeanette, Rosa Rugosa and Jurassic Flower and Russian Nights, out now as candles at Barney's and online.
For locations by the ocean, any of the Rugosa are equally attractive in flower or fruit (hips).