‘Wasagaming’ Rose


‘Wasagaming’ Rose

5-6' x same. (Rosa rugosa x R. acicularis) x Grüss an Teplitz. Skinner, Manitoba, 1939.

Double lilac-lavender-rosy blooms are fragrant, lush and prolific. Very cold-hardy rounded vigorous shrub will readily sucker. Rose expert Suzanne Verrier called it “a standout among hundreds of other roses.”

The name refers to a town inside of the Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba and is derived from an Anishinaabe phrase washagama saageygun, which translates as ‘;clear water lake.’

Tolerates partial shade. Z2. Indigenous Royalties. (9-18" bare-root plants)

530 ‘Wasagaming’
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Plant crowns 4–6' apart, in a large well-fertilized hole, in an area with at least 4–6 hrs of sun per day.

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