Species: 

Rosa multiflora

Common Name(s): 

multiflora rose

Habitats Impacted: 

disturbed/waste areas, rangeland, forest/woodland, cropland/pastureland

Regions likely to be Impacted: 

NE, NW, SE, SW

Present in Neighboring States?

AR, KS, LA, MO, NM, TX

Currently known from Oklahoma?

Yes

Rosa multiflora

James H. Miller, USDA Forest Service

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What you should know!

Forms dense thickets that invade pastures and outcompete native species. Can spread vegetatively by rooting where stems touch bare soil. Introduced as an ornamental and as a “living fence”. Used as a rootstock for ornamental roses.

Management information