If you have a sunny, wet location that you are looking to add a pollinator magnet to, take a look at wetlands rose. This native rose has a similar appearance to the Rosa carolina, but tends to grow taller and with strong, arching stems.
Fragrant pink roses are a favorite of bees and butterflies, and the small red hips that follow provide food for birds and small mammals. The glossy green leaves turn red in the fall, adding splashes of color to an otherwise fading landscape.
Source: grown from seed potentially collected in New Hampshire. Original provenance unknown. Started by New Hampshire State Forest Nursery.
Rosa palustris (Wetlands rose)
SIZE AND POT INFORMATION: More details coming in May type: shrub sun needs: full sun, part sun/part shade water needs: average, moist height: 4-7' plant spacing: space 2'-4' apart bloom time: June, July bloom color: pink
edible parts: rose hips salt tolerant. Some salt exposure should not be fatal to the plant but some leaf burning may still occur. deer resistant (please note that does not mean deer proof)