[10][11], Nootka rose thickets provide habitat and food for birds and small wildlife. British Columbia Provincial Museum, page 74 Rosa nutkana K. Presl Nootka Rose USDA RONUN: Keres, Western Drug, Misc. [12] Hardwood cuttings and root suckers can also be used. [11] They are used in wetland mitigation buffers and in native plant landscaping. Cloves streaked red on mahogany background with solid red clove tips. Fruits are relatively large (1-2cm), purplish-red hips. Rose hips are rich in vitamin C when they're fresh. Fruit showy red, globose to pear shaped, 1-2 cm wide, without a neck, calyx lobes remain attached. CPN (Certified Plant Nerd)Patrick.Breen@oregonstate.edu, College of Agricultural Sciences - Department of Horticulture, USDA Hardiness Zone Maps of the United States, Oregon Master Gardener Training: Identifying Woody Plants. Two species are D. polita, which makes bristly round red or green galls on leaves, and D. rosae, the mossy rose gall, which makes large, mossy, feathery, greenish or yellowish growths on stems. Nootka Rose Garlic Spring-Shipped (Softneck) New! long (5-10 cm), with 5-7 sharply toothed leaflets. A single fruit has only a small quantity of nutrients, but a handful or bowl of hips would be very valuable nutritionally. Nootka rose is usually a caney, rounded shrub spreading to form thickets. Rosa nutkana Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Rosids Order: Rosales Family: Rosaceae Genus: Rosa Species: R. nutkana Binomial name Rosa nutkana C. Presl Varieties Rosa nutkana C. Presl var. [4][5][6], The species name nootka comes from the Nootka Sound of Vancouver Island, where the plant was first described. This softneck, artichoke-type is sure to spice up your recipes! The pretty single roses are followed by are followed by bright-red hips, the hips are edible and said to be The prickles are straight and paired and generally appear at nodes. The fruit, called hips, remain on the plant through the winter providing an important food source for wildlife. Deer browse the flowers, young stems, and hips. [10], Nootka rose grows in a wide variety of habitats, from sea level to mid elevations. Turner, Nancy J. and Barbara S. Efrat, 1982, Ethnobotany of the Hesquiat Indians of Vancouver Island, Victoria. Leaves alternate, pinnately compound, 5-10 cm long, stipule margins glandular, 5-9 leaflets, each sparsely hairy and glandular, terminal leaflet 20-40 mm long, usually widely elliptic, the base generally rounded, apex obtuse, margins single- to double-toothed and may be glandular. The stems of Nootka Rose are variously prickly; paired prickles arise at the base of each leaf. Nootka rose fruits (hips) remain on the plant throughout the winter, and are eaten by small mammals, birds and insects. Late maturing but well worth the wait, with exceptional aroma and long storage potential. Like other garlic varieties, Nootka Rose is easy to grow in well-drained, organic soil that receives plenty of sunlight. The roses spread by suckers and layering , and birds and other wildlife consume the fruit and spread the seed. Pea Fruit Cluster Rose, Rosa Pisocarpa. [15], Nootka rose serves as the larval host of the mourning cloak and grey hairstreak butterflies.[4]. [7] This plant is native to Western North America. The cloves; however, are a beautiful deep mahogony color with red streaks and almost solid red elongated tips. A decoction of the roots was used to treat sore throats or as an eyewash. It needs sun but will tolerate some shade, often growing along forest edges. Deciduous shrub, stout and erect, about 3-6 ft (~1-2 m) tall, thicket forming; stems have few to many stiff prickles ("thorns"), small and large ones intermixed, the larger ones generally are flattened and thick-based and more or less straight. Nooka Rose is a Northwest native extending from northern California into Alaska. It is best known for its attractive pink blooms, and red rose hips that persist in the winter. hispida Fernald Rosa nutkana C. Presl var. The taste is best after a frost. Plant: Nootka rose is a medium-sized, prickly shrub with large, bright-pink flowers. NOTE: Maximum allowable order size for this variety is a 1/4 lb. There are several ornamental rose cultivars of R. nutkana, including 'Cantab' (Hurst 1939),[16] 'Mander's Nutkana #1' (1983), 'Moore's Nutkana', and 'Schoener's Nutkana' (1930). It gets 3-7 feet tall and up to 5 feet wide with beautiful leaves that can get up to 12 inches long. They are clothed with gray-green, pinnately divided leaves, 2-4 in. From Steve Bensel of Nootka Rose Farm in Waldron, WA. Nootka rose and Woods’ rose found elsewhere that are defined by their downward curving thorns. The Nootka rose is a rose of many uses too: Research indicates that the early settlers to the United States, as well as the Native American Indians, ate Nootka rose hips and shoots during times when food was scarce. Rosa nutkana, the Nootka rose,[3] bristly rose, or wild rose is a 0.6–3.0-metre-tall (2–10-foot) perennial shrub in the rose family (Rosaceae). Unfortunately, the vitamin is a delicate nutrient and is destroyed by heat. Nootka Rose (Rosa nutkana) Sold as: bareroot, 12”+ Found in a wide variety of soil conditions, wet to dry. Juicy, pleasantly acid and a good source of vitamin C. Mahonia Aquafolium (Tall Oregon Grape) This is a great understory bush. Covered with prickles, it is an aggressive spreader and requires some summer water for best performance. Some natives ate the hips, raw or dried, or they boiled them to make a tea. Several supspecies identified. The 5–8 cm (2–3 in) flowers usually occur singly, but may appear in groups of 2 or 3. 4 talking about this. It has light green paired leaflets with toothed edges and sharp prickles at the base. This softneck, artichoke-type is sure to spice up your recipes! Medium to large bulbs and very attractive braided. The richer the soil, the paler the cloves. [13], Rosa nutkana is used medicinally by a great number of indigenous peoples to treat a wide variety of ailments, and also ceremonially, in handcrafts, and as a food source. Sarah and I wanted to celebrate by eating something delicious, so we decided to make this lovely cashew tart and decorate it with rhubarb and Nootka rose. Patrick Breen, A top choice for those who want to enjoy zesty garlic for months. Nootka Rose USDA RONUN: Hesquiat Food, Fruit Outside of the fruit, or hip, eaten with oil. If cart shows that the price is $0, you have ordered too much. The plant occurs in Kodiak’s meadows, clearings, and open woods. nutkana Rosa nutkana C. Presl var. Flowers commonly borne singly, 5-6 cm across, calyx lobes often leaf-like at tips, petals 2.5-4 cm long, deep pink with a slight magenta tinge (rarely white), fragrant. They have dark-brown stems, with some being black. Nootka Rose is a magnificent old heirloom silverskin from Washington state but its origin prior to that is unclear As with many silverskins its bulb wrappers are thick and creamy white. It grows in fencerows, hedgerows, pastures, shrubby wetlands, woodlands, prairies, and meadows. Beautiful bright skin and rose-streaked cloves with rich, warm flavor. The flowers, which appear in early summer, can have a pleasantly strong fragrance. This plant is very hardy and easily establishes and will spread through roots. Nootka rose can be propagated from seed, although germination is spotty. Edible parts of Nootka Rose: Fruit - raw or cooked. In the landscape, Nootka Rose is beautiful but can be aggressive. Nootka Rose is an heirloom variety that produces medium-sized bulbs that are streaked with rose hues and have a strong, garlic flavor. The roundish, red, berry-like fruit, known as a hip, is very seedy and less juicy than many wild fruits. Leaves have 5-7 toothed leaflets, sometimes glandular, with more or less rounded tips. [12], R. nutkana hosts gall-making wasps of the family Cynipidae, genus Diplolepis, in the insect class Hymenoptera. Flowers commonly borne singly, 5-6 cm across, calyx lobes often leaf-like at tips, petals 2.5-4 cm long, deep pink with a slight magenta tinge (rarely white), fragrant. Gets a blue berry on it in the early summer. Fast grower, reaching 3-6’ and spreading by suckers to form dense thickets, where birds seek shelter and build their nests. Nootka rose is a deciduous, deep-rooted rhizomatous perennial shrub 1 – 3 m tall with erect or trailing stems reaching its maximum height in 10 years, leaves alternate with paired thorns on the stem at the base of the petiole, 5 or 7 compound with doubly serrate elliptical leaflets, flowers pink 4 – 8 cm wide, fruits pear- shaped hips with persistent calyx contain several long, hairy achenes. A silverskin bred in the Pacific Northwest and adaptable to almost any climate, this strong-flavored, late-maturing, heirloom softneck Garlic yields 15-24 rose-streaked, easy-to-peel cloves per large, silvery white head. Originally from the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington. It shows increased growth and fruit production with increasing light. Ecology: found in many of the Western states in moist meadows, as well as near the coast, forming thickets in coastal prairies and growing at low to mid elevations under 2300 ft (700m). Hardy to USDA Zone 5      Native to much of the west, from Alaska to northern California and east to the Rocky Mountains. While cooking rose hips can create tasty products, it also reduces their nutritional value. The fruits (hips) of Nootka rose are somewhat bitter but edible. [6] There are 2 varieties: hispida grows in the Intermountain West, from east of the Cascades to the Rocky Mountains, and nutkana grows in coastal areas from Alaska to California, east to the Cascades. It grows in moist riparian soils and in dry glacial till soils. The Plants Database includes the following 4 subspecies of Rosa nutkana .Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Jones Rosa nutkana C. Presl var. Noted for its attractive pink blooms, and red rose hips that persist in the winter, Rosa nutkana (Nootka Rose) is a stout and erect deciduous shrub adorned with slightly arching, prickly branches. The strikingly handsome flowers of this variable 3-6' thicket forming shrub may be as much as 3 1/2" across and range from pale-pink to deep-rose. Flowers, borne singly atop the new twigs, are among the largest of any of the wild roses, up to 3 inches in diameter. Fruit showy red, globose to pear shaped, 1-2 cm wide, without a neck, calyx lobes remain attached. Nootka rose flowers from May through July, with fruits forming in the late summer and early fall. The spherical fruit of nootka rose is a dark red to purple rose hip, with persistent sepals. Strong flavor. The sepals are very long, longer than the petals, and are constricted in the middle. [17], Species account from Native American Ethnobotany (University of Michigan - Dearborn), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rosa_nutkana&oldid=979491756, Flora of the West Coast of the United States, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 September 2020, at 02:47. Only the rind should be eaten as the seeds are irritating. Photos courtesy of The Wild Garden, www.nwplants.com. Sold by the bundle (10 plants per bundle). The Jepson Interchange (Flora of California) considers other varieties to be part of the nutkana variety. Nootka Rose is a fast-growing, upright shrub reaching heights and widths between 1-6 feet. Rosa nutkana: Nootka Rose Delightful native rose with large, bright, orange hips and clusters of one to three 2" pink flowers with a sweet, almost cinnamon scent. Stores well. Use by People: The fruit is much smaller than those of Nootka Rose and there is only a thin layer of flesh surrounding the hairy achenes that contain the seeds. Blooms from late spring to mid summer. Gorgeous medium to large heads with strong flavor; ideal for braiding! Disease Remedy NOOTKA FARM COLLECTIVE on Wapato Island (AKA Sauvie Island) is a radical … Many of the subspecies have straight thorns in pairs at the base of each leaf, while few have curved thorns. The fruit of the Nootka Rose is edible but can be bitter. SUCCESSIONAL STATUS : Nootka rose is tolerant of both sun and shade. Nootka rose This is a large (5′-8′ high x 4′-6′ wide), deciduous, arching shrub that is quite winter hardy and tolerant of wet locations. Nootka rose increases in cover with canopy closure, but may produce less fruit . [14] As with all wild rose species, the hips are edible and sometimes used to make jams and jellies. The Nootka rose hips were at the time the only winter food around, as the hips remained on the Nootka rose shrub during winter. [5][8][9], Rosa nutkana grows to as much as 3 meters, often in thickets. setosa G.N. Nootka Rose is an heirloom variety that produces medium-sized bulbs that are streaked with rose hues and have a strong, garlic flavor. The fruit is globose or somewhat depressed, of a bright scarlet, and often over half an inch in diameter. muriculata G.N. This is one of our most popular. 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