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What does a shrub rose look like?
Also question is, is a Rose considered a shrub?
Shrub rose bushes are defined by the American Rose Society (ARS) as “A class of hardy, easy-care plants that encompass bushy roses that do not fit in any other category of rose bush.” Shrub rose bushes can have single or double blooms in many different colors.
Furthermore, how do I know what kind of rose bush I have? Run your finger along the rose cane carefully to determine the size and shape of the thorns. Roses such as damask bear large, abundant thorns while others only have small prickles. Pick a rose blossom from the plant and examine the rose's shape.
Also to know is, what is the difference between a Bush rose and shrub rose?
Shrub roses are a large and diverse group of roses. They are usually larger than modern bush roses and have thornier stems, often with scented flowers. They may repeat flower or flower only once in summer. Many shrub roses are suitable for hedging as well as making excellent specimen plants.
How tall does a shrub rose get?
6 feet tall