I have a Rose that multiplies
Hi, I just moved into a house this year, and noticed the rose bush from my neighbors yard is giving me many rose bushes. I just noticed another new one just a few weeks ago. I have over 40, and quit counting in May.
The blooms are pink, they don't last very long (maybe a week or something--hard to recall) and it is a once bloomer, blooming in June right around official summer. They are very fragrant, and the few roses that did bloom filled my yard with the scent. The new bushes didn't produce this year. I guess they are sprouting from the root, because roses don't seed. What kind of rose is this? I've never seen anything like it. It very much resembles a wild rose I've seen on vacation that blooms in the woods.
The soil is mushy and mossy in spring, because of a wood fence. Hardly anything grows there until the shade moves away in the late spring/early summer. Could the multiplying rose be multiplying because of the soil?
Also, I wonder if there is a rose like this that blooms all year? Wouldn't that be wonderful, to have a rose that multiplies and blooms from summer to fall?