The 2023 Kitsap Conservation District Native Plant Sale is now closed. Thank you to all who ordered! Come back soon for more information on plant pickup.
Showy and fragrant pink flowers appear from May to July and are followed by red hips from early fall through winter, attracting both pollinators and birds. This wide spreading, thicket-forming shrub is one of the easiest native shrubs to establish in tough conditions. It is an excellent shrub to plant in areas that have been cleared of Himalayan blackberries.
- Mature height: 10′ to 15′
- Mature width: 10′ to 12′
- Light conditions: sun to part shade
- Soil: dry to wet
- Sold in bundles of ten bare-root plants, 12″+ tall
- $20.80 per bundle
Bare-root plants are dug when they are dormant and are sold without soil around the roots, packaged in plastic bags to keep them moist.