Multiflora Rose

What You Need to Know

Multiflora rose is a lovely plant, green and bushy with pretty tufts of white or pink flowers. But this fragrant rose is also a noxious weed. If left alone, it grows in dense thickets, blocking out native plants and invading woodlands and fields.

Multiflora rose grows in most of the U.S. Visit the USDA's Plant database website and scroll down to the map to see which states it grows in and whether you should be looking for it on your land.

With the right information, you can protect your woods from multiflora rose.

Start by learning a little about its biology, or jump to steps for damage control or prevention.

And remember, help is always available

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