Corte Japan

Name : Kerria japonica
Family : Rosaceae
Type : Shrub

: 1-3 m
Exposure : Sunny and part shade
Ground : Ordinary

: Deciduous
Flowering : April-May

Plantation of Kerria japonica:

In order to promote’roots and therefore the recovery in spring, plant in autumn.

Follow planting tips Gardening smart and stick to a d-spacing’80 cm if you plant a hedge.

Size Kerria japonica:

Prune the branches of 2/3’year just after flowering.

Namely the Kerria japonica:

This bushy shrub gives very pretty little yellow flowers that’it will be appreciated from the start of spring.

In hedges or solid, it shines!

Malignant Council about the Kerria japonica:

Fold short enough to’autumn to promote flowering and future well keep his compact appearance!