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Japanese rose

Kerria japonica

Trees and Shrubs

Grow in fertile, well-drained soil. Good light, though tolerates shade. Grow from stem cuttings taken in summer or fall; also produces suckers, and these may be divided off in fall. May be propagated also by simple layering. Tolerates exhaust fumes. Zone 5-9

Desert rose, kudu (Adenium obesum)
Dog rose (Bauera rubioides)
May rose, French rose, dog rose, Japanese rose, damask rose, apothecary rose (Rosa acicularis, Rosa arkansana, Rosa rubrifolia, Rosa majalis, Rosa gallica, Rosa canina, Rosa rugosa, Rosa damascena, Rosa gallica officinalis)
Musk mallow, musk rose (Malva moschata)
Oleander, rose bay (Nerium oleander)
Rock rose (Cistus species)
Rose balsam (Impatiens balsamina)
Rose daphne (Daphne cneorum)
Rose geranium (Pelargonium graveolens)
Rose mallow, satin flower (Lavatera trimestris)
Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus)
Rose of Smyrna (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)
Rose (Rosa species, Rosa cultivars)

Dividing Plants
Simple Layering
Trees and Shrubs

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