Flowering Japanese Rose Plant
- FOR BEGINNERS - This deciduous shrub which is ideal for small gardens or traditional cottage garden borders. Also known as the Japanese Rose, Kerria is elegant.
- FAST GROWING - Kerria shrubs are robust, arching and fill gaps in borders quickly and easily; they're also perfect in a woodland setting.
- PLANT CARE - Kerria should be planted in moist, well-drained soil and kept in full sun at the best of times. Watering should be done so that the plant is never overwatered.
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Season of Interest
Will flower in Spring. Foliage: Spring to Autumn...
Full sun or partial shade. Can be grown in a north, south, east or west-facing aspect, in either a sheltered or exposed location.
Japanese kerria prefers for the soil to dry out between waterings and should be watered regularly. Use our water calculator to personalize watering recommendations to your environment or download Greg for more advanced recommendations for all of your plants.
Best Growing Conditions
between autumn and spring. Container grown plants can be planted out at any reasonable time of year. Grow in an open sunny position in any good, well drained, moderately fertile garden soil. Best grown against the protection of a sunny wall in colder areas. Kerria will tollerate light shade for part of the day. Best planted on their own as they can be invasive in the border. Perfect for an informal garden or woodland setting.