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A prickly climbing evergreen rose (Rosa laevigata) native to China and naturalized in the southeast United States, having showy white fragrant flowers.
(Plants) an evergreen climbing Chinese rose, Rosa laevigata, that now grows wild in the southern US, having large white fragrant flowers
the fragrant white rose of a prickly, climbing shrub, Rosa laevigata, orig. from China and naturalized in the southern U.S.: the state flower of Georgia.