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- Hardy Zone 3-9; Carolina Rose - Rosa carolina As a member of the Rosaceae family; deciduous shrub
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Carolina Rose-Rosa Carolina
Home gardeners have long admired members of the rose family. These plants are known for their beautiful blooms and showy fruit. One member of this family adapts exceptionally well to the home landscape setting, the Carolina rose. Native to North America, the Carolina rose is a deciduous shrub that produces beautiful pink blooms.
What the Carolina rose is recommended for growth in USDA hardiness zones 4 to 9. This shrub typically reaches heights of 3 to 6 feet and a spread of 5 to 10 feet. The best soils for the growth of this shrub include medium soils that have good drainage. Placing a thin layer of mulch during the summer will help hold in moisture for this shrub. It is tolerant of wet soils and thrives in areas where there is exceptional air circulation. However, it also grows well in drought conditions. While this rose will bloom in partial shade, it produces the highest volume of blooms when planted in full sun.
What Carolina rose is characterized by the pink flowers it produces during May. These flowers are quite fragrant and have an attractive, showy appearance. What Carolina rose is also known for attracting birds and butterflies into the yard, which is why it is a favorite among nature lovers. It requires little pruning, but if necessary it is best to do so during the dormant season. This is from late winter to the early part of spring.
This shrub is a perfect addition to rose gardens or used in mass plantings in the yard. It also thrives in open meadows, along roadways, in the woods and near ponds or fountains. What Carolina rose is pretty planted near porches and backyard decks, where you can catch the aromatic scent it emits when blooming. It is also a perfect choice if you want to see birds and butterflies in your home garden.