Rosa multiflora (eastern Asia)
Habit: Upright to arching shrub, 1.5-3 m tall and wide; densely bushy, scrambling somewhat, twigs almost without prickles; fast-growing.
Flowers: Small, white single flowers in many conical panicles, June to July; luxurious cascades of flowers, very fragrant.
Fruits: Pea-size, orange-red rose hips, persistent into winter.
Leaves: Five to nine leaflets; elliptical, shiny fresh green, very persistent.
Demands: Sun to semi-shade, tolerates warmth, frost hardy; tolerates wind; robust and not demanding.
Soil: On all well drained, acidic to neutral substrates; chlorotic on chalky soil.
Hardiness: Zone 5b