Rosa woodsii var. ultramontana
2. Leaves with 5-7 pinnately compound leaflets. The leaflets are ovate and with toothed margins. Individual teeth may be greater than 1 mm in length.
3. Numerous tiny prickles on the stems.
4. Flowers form red seed pods (essentially similar to miniature apples) called hips. The hips and flowers are usually solitary (not in clusters)
2. Rose hips are high in vitamin C, may be made into jam, tea, and used