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wild rose (Rosa spp.; ROSE FAMILY [Rosaceae])  Spiny shrubs with showy, white, pink, or purple flowers, -4" wide, the petals broadest at the tip and usually slightly indented.  Leaves compound with stipules at the base and 3-9 pinnate leaflets.  About 20 species in our area, many of them escaped from cultivation.  Roadsides, thickets, and open woods.  Flowers in late spring and summer.  [076]

 

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