Japanese Kerria produces an abundance of yellow, rose-like flowers in the early spring
and sporadically through the summer. The species has single yellow flowers while ‘Pleniflora’ (the cultivar shown here) has double flowers. In winter Japanese Kerria adds interest
to the garden with its bright green stems and arching habit. Japanese Kerria can be
rejuvenated by cutting the shrub to the ground every few years.
Sun Exposure: Full to partial shade
Hardiness: USDA Zone 4