FLOWERS - RobinRobinsonMaine

Blue large flowered clematis interwoven with rosa multiflora flowers. Though this makes a pretty combination, Rosa multiflora is a highly invasive non native wildflower in Maine. It is choking out native flora. It originated in Japan and was introduced to the United States as an erosion control measure. Also called Baby Rose, Many-Flowered Rose, Seven Sisters Rose and Multiflora. Goats will eat it. petals, corolla, filaments, anthers, styles and stigma visible as parts of flower anatomy, botany in the garden

2010GreyledgeJuneMainePhippsburgSagadahoc CountyTotman Coveblossombluebotanicalclematisclimbercoastalflowergardenintroducedinvasivelargelate springnaturenon nativepinkpurplerosa multifloraBaby RoseMultifloraManyFlowered RoseSeven Sisters Rosegoat fodderhedge barrierthornyerosion controlrosesmall flowersummerweedwhitewildflowerOrigin JapanChinaKorea201006209546petalscorollafilamentsanthersstyles and stigma