The term "Wildrose" generally means a species rose, untouched by plant breeders, as it is found in its native habitat.
Wild Rose flowers are large, pink, pale pink & white and fragrant.
The plant was used by the aboriginal people of North America for medicinal purposes. It was used to treat ailments such as bee stings, colds, blindness and diarrhea. They also incorporated the Wild Rose plant as ceremonial medicine used in witchcraft, black magic, and to protect one from ghosts and evil spirits.