This rose appeared on its own with some help of the birds who love to eat their berries. As the land heals itself from its former life as a mowed lawn and the birds continue to poop more seeds, we get more and more growing. What a treat for us and local wildlife...birds, bees, etc!
This rose matures into clumps that provide clusters of blooms and safe places for nesting birds and animals to take cover.
Because the rose is so cool, I made a little video when it was in full bloom just for you all! Expect more of these in the future. (If you've subscribed to this blog via Feedblitz, you will need to click on the blog title and go directly to the blog to see the video.)