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Is this a Wild Rose?

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by Thornius on April 24, 2006 07:18 AM
While out birding this morning things were a little slow bird wise so I started photographing plants and flowers. All of a sudden I was OVERCOME by this deliciously sweet, almost narcotic smell that made me very relaxed and drowsy. There, in front of me, was a climbing bush with thumbnail-sized white flowers with yellow centers. Is this some sort of wild rose?

MYSTERY FLOWER
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by Wrennie on April 24, 2006 08:26 AM
It looks like the multiflora rose we have around here. Non-native invasive species.
google pictures of M.R.

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by melcon6 on April 24, 2006 08:30 AM
It sure does Wrennie!

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by Jiffymouse on April 24, 2006 02:44 PM
also called a cherokee rose. if it has very large thorns... the cherokee rose is vining, very pretty, and the thorns can be up to an inch long. makes a great natural "electric" fence if you need to stop digging or jumping. no animal will try to cross it!

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