Gold Spirea Bush. The luminous foliage turns brilliant shades of orange, red and yellow in the fall. This dwarf variety of spirea is easily grown in average medium moisture well drained soils in full sun.
This sweet little glowing shrub maintains a small and compact structure reaching a height of 3 feet and width of 4 feet. Trimming spirea plants keeps it looking attractive year after year. Its size makes it perfect for using as a single plant in smaller gardens or beds, or for grouping in clusters of three, five, seven or more plants in larger spaces.
It Can Take A Little Shade But Also Loves The Sun.
Great color addition to a shrub or perennial border, or to brighten patio or. You are buying one mini gold spirea also called dwarf gold mound spirea in a quart pot. Japanese spirea (spiraea japonica) has the widest color range, with foliage in shades of green, blue, gold or chartreuse.
The Foliage Turns Lovely Shades Of Orange, Red And Yellow In The Fall.
The luminous foliage turns brilliant shades of orange, red and yellow in the fall. Mini gold is a miniature version of the deciduous goldmound spirea. In april, you will marvel at the bright golden color of the new leaves.
Trimming Spirea Plants Keeps It Looking Attractive Year After Year.
Removal of dead or excess branches allows sunlight better penetration to the interior and lower branches. 3 to 4 feet tall & wide. But it’s a common complaint that these small shrubs start to look ugly after a season or two.
Compact In Habit, This Shrub Boasts Showy Small Pink Flowers That Appear In Late Spring And Attract Butterflies.
Compact and easy to grow, it makes a fantastic low hedge. From midsummer clusters of dark pink flowers appear, contrasting the glowing foliage. This dwarf variety of spirea is easily grown in average medium moisture well drained soils in full sun.
This Dwarf Variety Of Spirea Is Easily Grown In Average Medium Moisture Well Drained Soils In Full Sun.
Flowers are borne in profusion and in heads or clusters made up of many tiny blooms, which are white, pink or purple in colour. You can use it to remove limbs blocking sunlight, or it could just make your tree look better. Plan on pruning a spirea bush at least twice a year.