You can find this plant in the National Herb Garden.
This rose produces large fruits called rose hips that are edible and high in vitamin C.
It is native to coastal dunes in Japan and is considered an invasive plant in
seashore areas of the northeastern United States. The flowers have an intense clove
fragrance and the foliage is resistant to black spot.
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