Wildflower--What is it?

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UploadedFebruary 13, 2009
TakenJuly 10, 2003
MakeToshiba
ModelPDRM5
Exposure1/240 sec at f/10.95
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This wild flower appears to be in the rose family, but maybe someone out there can help me out with a more definitive ID.

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  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (13 Feb 2009):

    Beautiful!!

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (13 Feb 2009):

    Very lovely. The bloom looks like a rose, but the foliage is completely different. Possibly in the viburnum family.

  • Michael Ball

    Michael Ball gave props (13 Feb 2009):

    Not sure what it is, but it sure is beautiful!!

  • Nancy Richard

    Nancy Richard said (13 Feb 2009):

    Checked my wildflower book, and it looks like some kind of wild rose. It was growing wild at the Sachuest Wildlife Refuge in Middletown, RI, This is right by salt water (if that helps).

  • Steve Baker

    Steve Baker   said (19 Feb 2009):

    Nancy,
    Rosa Rugosa are pretty common on the beach here in Jamestown. We have even made jelly from the hips on aoccasion. That would be my guess.

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