Rosa multifloraFOUND by thereginageorges
Quality checked by gardenerguy
Peer reviewed by firebreathingrubberduckies
The day we went out to find this invasive species it was crisp and chilly. The wind was roaring and the sound of dry leaves crinkling under children's boot filled the air. The fragrance of early Autumn put a smile on everyone's face.
We found stems that were typically green or brown, and arched. They are stiff, have curved thorns, which are located all around the stem.
N 43.593392 °
W -70.232024 °
CEMS School Grounds 2012
Mon, 2012-10-15 08:34
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