What is a Rugosa rose?

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Rugosa roses are from Japan and are found growing happily on seaside sandy soil. The name rugose comes from the wrinkled leaves which are unique to this rose. They are repeat blooming, fragrant and have very large hips in the autumn. The stems are dense and very thorny making them a good choice for hedges.

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