Rosa pisocarpa (Cluster Rose)

Other names: Peahip rose

Cluster Rose is a large, thicket forming rose up to six feet in height.  It prefers moist, shaded areas and commonly forms dense thickets near streams.    The flowers grow in clusters of two to 12 located on branch tips, which can make this rose quite showy during its bloom time.  Its clusters of hips and dense, thicket forming growth make this an excellent wildlife shrub.  Cluster rose spreads easily from the roots, so be sure to have the room to grow this showy native rose.  Please contact us for pricing and availability.

Grown as:

Seedling liners, one gallons, three gallons