Rosa arkansana Porter
Family: Rosaceae
dwarf prairie rose,  more...
[Rosa alcea Greene,  more]
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Robert H. Read  
Etymology: Rosa: ancient Latin name whose meaning has been lost
Plants: erect, perennial, under 40" tall, clone-forming shrub; stems densely prickly on most of the stem and internodes, thorns straight and unequal
Leaves: pinnately-divided with 9 or 11 oval to oblong, sharply toothed leaflets, often fuzzy beneath
Flowers: pink to rose, 5-parted, at the top of this year's branches and often on last year's side branches, the sepals persistent; inflorescence a wide cluster (corymb) of stalked flowers
Fruits: red/purple, smooth, berry-like hips
Habitat: sun to partial sun; prairies, meadows
Conservation Status: Native
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Craig Rekoske  
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Robert W. Freckmann  
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Derek Anderson  
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Robert W. Freckmann  
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Robert H. Read  
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