A fantastic plant for birds!
This shrub is fairly adaptable - it mostly does well as long as it is not in an extremely dry area. In nature, it is often found in open forests, where it creates wide thickets which birds use for cover. It has pink flowers in spring, which develop into small rosehips in the late summer - a good food for birds! You may also notice interesting spiky galls forming on native roses - these are not diseases, but are homes for tiny beneficial wasps!
Clustered Rose has few thorns on it, and will spread out to create a nice thicket.
"Rosa pisocarpa" by David Badke
"Rosa pisocarpa" by Cameron Christopher Dunn