Product Description

Kerria japonica (Canary Rose)

1,5-2 m. Lt; / RTI & gt; The exiles are quite thin and carry a large number of flowers on them, opening up to the sides and hanging down. It has a wide crusted and flattened appearance and a large number of shoots from the bottom. K. japonica is a shrub with decorative flowers in spring with decorative leaves and shiny yellow bolls. The leaves also make an attractive color in the autumn. Leaves 2-1 Ocm. Long, oval long pointed edges, double sawed teeth, and spirally arranged on shoots. The bands are placed one by one on the side of the branches. Flowering occurs in April and May.