White Rambling Roses along a rural road in northeast Iowa. USA
White Rambling Roses
Each year, in the early part of June, these small white wild rambling roses begin to bloom, bringing a contrast to the green background. These roses are a climbing variety, and they utilize other trees and shrubs for their support. A few of these roses are in single bushes, but most are seen cascading down from the branches of other vegetation. The compound leaves are 5–10 cm long, with 5-9 leaflets with finely toothed edges.