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James H. Schutte

(Chiba Gold Japanese Kerria, Japanese Kerria)

A suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia, Japanese kerria is valued for its yellow spring blooms and for its green stems that hold their color through winter. The cultivar 'Chiba Gold' has bright yellow spring foliage.

Of modest height and informal arching habit, this hardy shrub has oval, toothed leaves that flush golden-yellow in spring, fade to ivory-white in summer, and turn dull yellow in fall. The flowers – which resemble small single roses – appear in abundance in mid-spring, and...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Kerria)

Japanese kerria is a suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia. Its yellow, rose-like blooms in spring, toothed bright green leaves from spring to fall, and willowy bright green stems year round make it an excellent all-season garden plant. The extra-large golden yellow flowers of the cultivar 'Golden Guinea' spangle its arching branches in late spring and early summer. It often reblooms sparsely in summer. The leaves turn pale yellow in fall.

This long-lived, hardy, carefree shrub prefers...

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James Burghardt

(Honshu Japanese Kerria, Japanese Kerria)

A suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia, Japanese kerria is valued for its yellow spring blooms and for its green stems that hold their color through winter. The cultivar 'Honshu' has relatively large flowers.

Of modest height, this hardy shrub has slender arching stems with oval, toothed, bright green leaves. The leaves turn dull yellow before dropping in fall, revealing the green stems. The flowers – which resemble small single roses – appear in abundance in mid-spring, and often recur...

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Kerria, Kin Kan Japanese Kerrie)

A suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia, Japanese kerria is valued for its yellow spring blooms and for its green stems that hold their color through winter. The stems of 'Kin Kan' have longitudinal cream and green striping. This cultivar may be syonymous with 'Aureovittata'.

Of modest height, this hardy shrub has slender arching stems with oval, toothed, bright green leaves. The leaves turn dull yellow before dropping in fall, revealing the colorful stems. The flowers – which resemble...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Double-flowered Japanese Kerria, Japanese Kerria)

Grown for its sunny flowers and its evergreen stems, Japanese kerria is a suckering deciduous shrub from China and Japan. The double-flowered kerria is popular for its bright yellow pompon flowers in late spring that last longer than those of other cultivars. Its also has taller, more erect stems. The oval, toothed, bright green leaves turn yellow in fall. Plants sometimes rebloom in summer.

This long-lived, hardy, carefree shrub prefers full to partial sun and thrives in fertile to average,...

(Japanese Kerria)

Japanese kerria is a suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia. Its yellow, rose-like blooms in spring, toothed bright green leaves from spring to fall, and willowy bright green stems year round make it an excellent all-season garden plant. The extra-large golden yellow flowers of the cultivar 'Shannon' spangle its arching branches in late spring. It often reblooms sparsely in summer. The leaves turn pale yellow in fall.

This long-lived, hardy, carefree shrub prefers full to partial sun and...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Beautybush)

Beautybush lives up to its name in late spring when its branches are laden with pink flowers. This large, deciduous shrub is native to slopes, roadsides, and brushy areas in eastern and central China.

The mid- to dark-green, oval leaves are paired along the upright to slightly arching branches of this twiggy shrub. Older stems have brown, flaky bark. The bell-shaped flowers are pale- to medium-pink with a yellow throat. Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds visit the blooms. The small fruits that...

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James Burghardt

(Acoma Crapemyrtle, Hybrid Crapemyrtle)

The ‘Acoma’ crapemyrtle is a mildew-resistant hybrid deciduous shrub with showy white flowers and reddish purple autumn color. It is a rounded large shrub or small tree, with gently arching branches, and is best used as a specimen. To form a classic tree shape, the lowest branches must be removed. The bark is exfoliating, exposing the smooth underbark that is creamy tan and beige.

Like other crapemyrtles ‘Acoma’ should be planted in a well drained soil with an acidic to neutral range of pH. Full...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

This semi-dwarf hybrid crapemyrtle shrub is mildew resistant and boasts pure pink flowers on a graceful, arching plant. Its lovely exfoliating bark is cinnamon brown. In autumn, 'Caddo' turns a vivid orange-red.

Crapemyrtles should be planted in a well drained soil with pH range of 5.5 to 7.5. Full sun is mandatory for best flowering and overall plant fullness and form. Crapemyrtles are quite drought tolerant once established. Pruning should only be done on the small spent branch tips after the...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Crapemyrtle)

The Cheyenne crapemyrtle is a mildew resistant hybrid with brazen magenta to red flowers. Strong burgundy and maroon colored leaves herald the arrival of fall. It is a rounded shrub with dense branching and dark green leaves tinged with hints of maroon. Its bark is exfoliating, revealing a smooth, reddened tan-colored layer.

Plant 'Cheyenne' in a well drained acidic soil. Full sun is mandatory for best flowering and overall plant fullness and form. Crapemyrtles are quite drought tolerant once...