Pink wild flower bush

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Beautiful pink and yellow wild flower. I’m not sure what type of flower it is. There was thorns on the branches so possibly a rose? If anyone knows please leave a comment to enlighten me.

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9 comments on “Pink wild flower bush

  1. Carissa says:

    Everything about this bush screams rose bush, except for the bloom itself, and yet, I can see how it could be a rose. I’m not a horticulturalist, and very ignorant of plant life, so I offer no explanation at all.

  2. I believe it is a wild rose…sometimes called wild geranium…it’s beautiful.

  3. Wild rose. 🙂 What roses would look like if nobody had made hybrids out of them.

  4. Jackie says:

    Wonderful capture! It looks like a pasture rose.

  5. cynthiamvoss says:

    I don’t know the name but I saw those at the beach recently, growing wild between the boardwalk and the street. They smelled sweet so I guessed it was some kind of rose. Nice pics! I regretted not taking any pics when I saw them.

  6. johnhadden says:

    Rugosa rose! I was just taking some shots of ones we’ve got around here today!

  7. neighdoctor says:

    Indeed a rose. A native rose: has 5 pink petals. The genus Rosa has 21 native North American species. My grandparents called these “primitive” roses because they lack the many petals and many colors of the hybrids seen in so many gardens. These native roses have a very, very delicate rose scent – most noticeable early in the dawn or towards the last light of day.

  8. Certainly a rose! A fun name I ran across while looking at these wild roses was “Roemer’s Hip Happy” =).

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