Rose bushes grow often on unfarmed pasture land, in meadows and wind breaks because rose bushes are in a group that stick together and live in dry sandy places.
Rose bushes have lots of flowers growing on the plant. Lots of leaves surround the flower. They are 5-7 feet tall. Wild roses can come in very different colors shapes and sizes.
Wild roses are used by bees to make honey and humming birds use the nectar to feed their babies. The rose hips, which have an apple flavour, are very high in vitamin C. (A better source than orange juice) People make tea with rose hips. Caterpillars like to eat the leaves and butterflys lay eggs on the leaves.