The Wood Rose (Rosa gymnocarpa) is found on coarse-textured, well-drained soils in moist, shaded forests of the Pacific North-west and California. This native, deciduous shrub generally grows to 3 feet, but can reach heights up to 6 feet. The stems are slender with numerous straight prickles. The flower blooms May to July. Its fruit, known as the rose-hips, is rich in vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, and iron, and can be dried for tea.
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