Jubilee produces clusters of single purple/magenta blooms. These are scented, medium in size, and repeat blooming throughout the growing season. This particular Rugosa rose comes originally from Russia and was hybridized for it’s hardiness as well as the high vitamin C content in the rose hips. The rose hips are red, large, meaty, and have few seeds. These can be eaten fresh, dried for teas, or used to make delicious jellies. You can expect Jubilee to be a bushy plant, that will grow 4′ – 6′ tall, with medium green semi-glossy leaves.
Limit of 1 rose per household per season.