Rosa L.

Stipules broad, fused to petiole for most of its length. Hypanthium fleshy enclosing achenes to form a hip Rosa
Floral tube and hip densely hairy. Climbing or scrambling shrubs with stout hooked prickles. Leaflets not glandular hairy, bright green on upper surface, ± shining and almost glabrous underneath. Flowers solitary or few together. Sepals and receptacle tomentose. Planted for hedges in the past, now naturalized. Introd. from China and Taiwan. Macartney Rose Rosa bracteata
Floral tube and hip glabrous but sometimes with fine prickles.