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( Shannon Kerria )
|Japanese Kerria is an old-time favorite that is very much at home in the modern garden. Growing well in both sun and part shade, this graceful shrub is probably most loved for its larger than normal double yellow flowers, resembling small roses. On large properties, use in a sweeping border, allowing plenty of room for its spreading, fountain-like form. Where space is tight, espallier to walls, fences or the side of the house.
Important Info : Once plant has flowered, prune out these branches, dead or weak wood, and suckers. This will ensure ample flowers the next year.
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