kerria


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kerria

(ˈkɛrɪə)
n
a type of deciduous shrub, Kerria japonica, with small yellow flowers
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A number of smaller shrubs are doing fine, too, including red-stem dogwood, Japanese kerria and alpine currant.
PRUNE spring-flowering deciduous shrubs, such as kerria, philadelphus, forsythia, ribes and weigela as soon as they are finished flowering.
PRUNE early-flowering shrubs such as Kerria japonica and Spiraea Arguta, which finish flowering on wood that was produced the previous year.
PRUNE spring-flowering deciduous shrubs such as kerria, philadelphus, forsythia, ribes and weigela as soon as they are finished flowering.
It's wise to prune vigorous latespring and earlyflowering shrubs - such as mock orange (philadelphus), weigela, kerria and kolkwitzia - otherwise they'll quickly become straggly and untidy.
Kerria, with its butter yellow flowers, is another flowering shrub that is a great companion plant for azaleas.
Prune forsythia, kerria, weigela, berberis and ceanothus.
Prune shrubs that have recently finished flowering such as spiraea and Kerria japonica ?
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You are not required to know whether the shrub is a forsythia (vigorous upright habit of growth), Kerria (forest of short, twiggy stems) or something else entirely, only that it flowers before June.
Now that spring flowering shrubs have done their thing, it's time to thin Kerria by cutting out a third of its growth, and to prune back spring flowering shrubs such as choisya, berberis, chaenomeles, ribes, and evergreens such as viburnum tinus.