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<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of quendery
In my garden, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic.
Uploaded 8 JUL 16
<i>Rosa arkansana</i> Porter rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Hortus
Forstbotanischer Garten Tharandt (Germany), 16.07.2013
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Uploaded 11 JAN 15
<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Scott Dean
June 29, 2016, Cary NC; Plant was collected in Madison, WI May of 2013.
Uploaded 4 JUL 16
<i>Rosa arkansana</i> Porter rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Hortus
Forstbotanischer Garten Tharandt (Germany), 16.07.2013
Uploaded 11 JAN 15
<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Scott Dean
June 29, 2016, Cary NC; Plant was collected in Madison, WI May of 2013.
Uploaded 4 JUL 16
<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of quendery
In my private garden, Central Bohemia , Czech Republic.
Uploaded 16 JUN 14
<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Experiment Station of the Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan. Bulletin No. 76 (February, 1898) p. 11 Fifth Report on Kansas Weeds—Vegetative Propagation of Perennial Weeds A. S. Hitchcock, M. S., Botanist Geo. L. Clothier, B. S., Assistant 7. ROSA ARKANSANA, Porter. (Wild Rose.) Propagates extensively by creeping rootstocks, or under ground stems. Here and there new shoots arise from buds in the axils of scales on the rootstock, forming thus a new plant. Plate II. Fig. 7. Diagram showing the system of rootstocks 1-24 natural size. The side branches are mostly roots. Fig. 8, a portion of a small rootstock is shown natural size. Fig. 9. a portion of a large one is shown in which a lateral rootstock has started, 1/2 natural size. These two latter were horizontal.
Uploaded 12 APR 15
<i>R. arkansana</i> rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of quendery
In my private garden, Central Bohemia , Czech Republic.
Uploaded 16 JUN 14
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