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Kerria japonica



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Kerria japonica
Japanese kerria

This broad-rounded to sometimes upright, green-stemmed shrub produces large masses of bright yellow flowers in late April, then sporadically flowers through frost.

Habit:Broad-rounded with long arching branches, sometimes vase-shaped
Size:3 to 6' high
Color:Distinctly green in all seasons
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 5b
Habitat:Native to central and western China
Family:Rosaceae

 
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