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Rosehip - Common - Fruit Tree

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Young feet in a light pot 20 cm .


The rose hip is the rosehip fruit common, and more generally plants of the rosa genus, which belong to the Rosaceae family. It is commonly called “butt-scratcher” because of the presence of stinging hairs in its center.

The rosehip is a thorny shrub 1 to 3m high which belongs to the Rosaceae family and the Rosa genus. It is part of the botanical rose bushes, or wild rose bushes.
It grows everywhere in France in hedges, in plains, in forest edges and up to 1600 m altitude.


Is the flower of the rosehip (a type of wild rose bush), also called rosehip or “scratcher” because this orange berry ends in hairs which can be used as scratching hairs. Why indescribable? Because his taste is not comparable to any other: suave and tangy, to try it is to adopt it!


It prefers generally sunny exposure and clay-limestone, stony or ordinary soils.
There are more than 120 species of wild roses, which is insignificant when you consider that there are more than 20,000 varieties of cultivated roses.


This are mainly the berries which are used in infusion for their tonic, digestive and diuretic properties. It is a perfect plant for a revitalizing and anti-fatigue treatment due to the very high vitamin content of rose hips, and mainly vitamin C (twenty times more than oranges!).


Ass-scratcher, scratching hair , gousson or rose hip, it 's exactly the same thing! It is actually the fruit of the rosehip. Very rich in vitamin C and therefore very good for health, it East finally time to go harvest it so that it can flavor all your recipes!
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Young feet in a light pot 20 cm .


The rose hip is the rosehip fruit common, and more generally plants of the rosa genus, which belong to the Rosaceae family. It is commonly called “butt-scratcher” because of the presence of stinging hairs in its center.

The rosehip is a thorny shrub 1 to 3m high which belongs to the Rosaceae family and the Rosa genus. It is part of the botanical rose bushes, or wild rose bushes.
It grows everywhere in France in hedges, in plains, in forest edges and up to 1600 m altitude.


Is the flower of the rosehip (a type of wild rose bush), also called rosehip or “scratcher” because this orange berry ends in hairs which can be used as scratching hairs. Why indescribable? Because his taste is not comparable to any other: suave and tangy, to try it is to adopt it!


It prefers generally sunny exposure and clay-limestone, stony or ordinary soils.
There are more than 120 species of wild roses, which is insignificant when you consider that there are more than 20,000 varieties of cultivated roses.


This are mainly the berries which are used in infusion for their tonic, digestive and diuretic properties. It is a perfect plant for a revitalizing and anti-fatigue treatment due to the very high vitamin content of rose hips, and mainly vitamin C (twenty times more than oranges!).


Ass-scratcher, scratching hair , gousson or rose hip, it 's exactly the same thing! It is actually the fruit of the rosehip. Very rich in vitamin C and therefore very good for health, it East finally time to go harvest it so that it can flavor all your recipes!