Rosehip - Fru Dagmar Hastrup
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Fru Dagmar Hastrup blossom.
Rosa rugosa
Rosehip - Fru Dagmar Hastrup

Uses: Fruit, petals, seeds
Acquired: tbd
How started:

It originated as a seedling of Rosa rugosa, which is one of the hardiest of all roses. Native to northeastern Asia, Russia, China, Korea, and Japan, Rosa rugosa grows wild on sandy soils near the sea, making it a great seaside plant. 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' was discovered and named by Mr. Hastrup in Denmark in about 1914. Very fragrant flowers are produced from May until frost, the earlier ones have ripened into rich, crimson tomato-shaped hips while the last flowers are still appearing.

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