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Kerria japonica ‘Albiflora’
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Japanese Rose

Kerria

Kerria japonica ‘Albiflora’ full sun  partial shade

Pointed, pleated and serrated, the handsome bright green leaves loosely garb long wiry branches, which extend from the ground in a graceful open fashion, showcasing an abundance of rose-shaped single white blooms. Coveted by florists and gardeners, Japanese Rose achieves a welcome year-round elegance as radiant green polished twigs and upright bare branches retain their verdant color throughout the winter. This tough and undemanding deciduous shrub can be pruned after flowering, endures dry shady spots and likes welldrained soil.

Blooms April–May.

Size: 3' 0"–5' 0" high x 3-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 5.

Kerria japonica ‘Albiflora’ (S-0446)
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