Prairie Rose

Vickie Emms

Anola, MB., Canada

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This is the cover photo for my calendar Manitoba Roadside Wildflowers

SOLD on November 26, 2009. Many thanks to Nora :-)

Prickly deciduous shrub 20-120cm tall. The leaves are sharply toothed, pinnately divided into 5-7 oblong leaflets 3-4cm long. Flowers are pink, and saucer-shaped, 5-7cm across with 5 petals, 5 slender sepals and numerous stamens; flowers in small, loose clusters in short branches. Blooms June to August. Fruits are scarlet hips, berry-like 1.5-3cm long. Habitat it dry to moist sites.

This Prairie Rose is the floral emblem for the Canadian province of Alberta. The Prairie Rose is considered vulnerable on the list of endangered plants due to spraying.
Photographed in Waterton National Park, Alberta, Canada



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