"Little Red Run-Around" rose References
Book (Jul 1998) Page(s) 32.
Rosa gallica made its way to North America with the European colonists where it generated some new forms, like Red Run Around... in the California countryside... semi-double and somewhat domesticated.
Book (1993) Page(s) 117. Includes photo(s).
A loose shrub, that forms large thickets by suckering, hence its common name. A semi-double red Rosa gallica of unknown origin, often naturalized near old cottages in California.