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Kerria japonica

Bud and flowers
Family Rosaceae
Name Kerria japonica
Common Name Japanese rose
Etymology
Kerria Named after William Kerr, 19th century English botanist and Kew gardener.
japonica From Japan (Latinised).

  See also:  Trees & shrubs

Kerria japonica is a native of Japan and China. In the spring, it produces yellow flowers ahead of leaves. 'Pleniflora' is a sterile double form, the staments having been modified to become petals.



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