rugosa rose


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ru•go′sa rose′

(ruˈgoʊ sə)
n.
a rose, Rosa rugosa, with densely bristled stems, wrinkled leaves, and fragrant red or white flowers.
[1890–95; < New Latin, Latin, feminine of rūgōsus wrinkled; see rugose]
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By the house, the entrance to the oval-shaped garden is at its center, marked by a broad swath of rugosa rose.
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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.
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.
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