Dog Rose

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A perennial shrub that contains niacin, nicotinamide, organic acids, pectin, tannin, and vitamins B, C, E, and K; it is astringent, diuretic, laxative, and tonic, and has been used to heal wounds; it is a rich source of vitamin C, often supplied as rose hips
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The galls of dog rose were collected irregularly from field and transferred to the laboratory.
Shrubs such as hazel, gelder rose, dog rose and dogwood are also being planted.
Trees such as silver birch, wild cherry, yew, hawthorn and dog rose will be introduced into the recently landscaped area.
The survival pack put together by Cheviot Trees includes red-friendly specimens such as dog rose, ash, larch, birch, holly, cherry, field maple, hawthorn, rowan and Scots pine.
5ct diamond cluster platinum ring, Victorian diamond set brooch of a dog rose in silver goldbacked setting, a diamond-set cluster platinum brooch, a pair of diamond earrings, a heavy 18ct gold chain, long gold guard chain set with a stone every six inches, and a pair of gold twist and pearl earrings.
Follow the path through the hedgerows of hawthorn, elder and dog rose until you reach the steel five-barred and kissing gates.
Hazel, blackthorn, crab apple, cherry plum, elder and dog rose will now grow into a flourishing coppice in only a few years, adding to the diversity of foodstuffs and habitats in the park.
The number of people in Wales who have been bitten or struck by a dog rose from 239 in 1999 to 361 in 2011.
Proud moment: John Lines with wife Kathleen, above, on their wedding day, left, and with faithful dog Rose.
TheWoodland Trust has also given the farma pack containing 420 trees - with species such as blackthorn, hazel, crab apple, elder and dog rose.