Also known as
Kerria, Japanese Kerria, Japanese Rose, Jew's mallow, Bachelor's buttons
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Japan Globeflower Overview
This species is a hardy shrub. It will require moderately rich to average soil with sun or shade. The flowers are usually large and plentiful and will make a good backdrop in a perennial border garden.
How to propagate Japan Globeflower
Propagation is by softwood cuttings in the summer, by suckering.
Division in the autumn.
Other uses of Japan Globeflower
Naturaliser, shade, border, hedging, specimen. Spring interest.
Spring Flowering Shrubs
Growing these shrubs will give you a glorious spring display of flowers.Explore all
Larger Shrubs for Gardens
For larger gardens, these flowering shrubs are perfect additions to provide habitat and food for pollinators.