Cluster Rose

Cluster Rose

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Cluster Rose (Rosa pisocarpa) - The Delicate Drifter of the Pacific Northwest

Other Common Names Include: Swamp Rose, Pea-fruited Rose.

Explore the Cluster Rose: The Cluster Rose, a native gem of the Pacific Northwest, graces the landscape with its delicate charm and resilient spirit. This species of rose is not merely a plant; it's a testament to the subtle beauty and strength inherent in wild nature, perfectly suited for enhancing the biodiversity and aesthetic appeal of your outdoor space.

Seasonal Showcase:

  • Spring: It announces the season with a flourish of soft pink flowers, each bloom a beacon for pollinators and a hint at the wild bounty to come.
  • Summer: The flowers give way to small, pea-sized hips, clustered together like treasures hidden among the foliage. The leaves, a deep green, provide a lush backdrop throughout the summer.
  • Autumn: As the days grow shorter, the foliage may turn to golden yellow, offering a gentle nod to the changing seasons before it falls.
  • Winter: The bare branches and remaining rose hips stand against the winter landscape, providing food for birds and a reminder of the past season's growth.

Ideal Planting Conditions: Thriving in moist, well-drained soils, the Cluster Rose is particularly fond of riparian zones and wetter areas, making it an excellent choice for water-wise landscaping or naturalized settings. It prefers full sun to partial shade, adapting well to a variety of lighting conditions.

Watering Needs: This rose variety benefits from consistent moisture, especially in drier environments, to mimic its natural habitat. Once established, it exhibits a commendable tolerance for occasional drought, showcasing its adaptability.

Growth and Form: The Cluster Rose grows moderately to a height of 3-6 feet, spreading through suckers to form loose thickets. Its habit makes it ideal for erosion control, as a natural hedge, or for adding structure to wildlife-friendly areas of your landscape.

Why Plant the Cluster Rose? Choosing the Cluster Rose for your landscape is an invitation to wild elegance and ecological enrichment. It offers visual interest with its seasonal changes, supports local wildlife with its blooms and fruits, and brings a touch of the untamed Pacific Northwest to your yard.

Let the Cluster Rose weave its delicate beauty into your outdoor sanctuary, enriching the space with its blooms, fragrance, and the lively activity of the creatures it attracts.

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