Also known as
Bird Briar, Briar Rose, Buckieberries, Canker, Cankerberry, Canker Flower, Canker Rose, Cat Whin, Choop Tree, Common Brier, Dog Briar, Dog Brier, Hep Briar, Hep Rose, Hep Tree, Wild Rose, Common-Briar, Dog rose, Dog brier, Rose, Brier
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10 years to reach maturity
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Dog Rose Overview
This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe.
How to propagate Dog Rose
By budding in summer.
Hardwood cuttings in autumn.
Hybrids are often propagated by grafting.
Other uses of Dog Rose
Wildflower/meadow, medicinal, culinary (hips are vitamin C rich and can be made into jelly and syrups)
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