Dog Rose. This is the wild briar which is commonly found in hedges in Britain. It has long arching branches which in June bear white to pale pink flowers and are followed by glossy, red, egg-shaped hips which are attractive to birds for winter food.
They can be used to thicken up a mixed wildlife hedge and once established will have an average annual growth of 30-45cm.
60-80cm 1+1 Bare Root