Mini Gold Spirea. One downside, though, is that the spirea plant begins to look weary and ungainly if not pruned correctly. Mini sunglo spirea features showy clusters of hot pink.
Department of agriculture climate zones 9 and 10. This dwarf variety of spirea is easily grown in average medium moisture well drained soils in full sun. Japanese spirea (spiraea japonica) has the widest color range, with foliage in shades of green, blue, gold or chartreuse.
Easy To Grow, High Germination Rate ;
Regular spirea can often grow to a height of almost 7 feet (210 cm), and while they look absolutely stunning, some gardeners prefer smaller, more compact spirea cultivars. In april, you will marvel at the bright golden color of the new leaves. Gold mound spirea's foliage is best at two times of the year:
Tolerates Light Shade And A Wide Range Of Soils.
Tolerates light shade and a wide range of soils. Spiraea japonica 'yan' pp #21,615. This popular variety features frilly.
This Dwarf Variety Of Spirea Is Easily Grown In Average Medium Moisture Well Drained Soils In Full Sun.
Ideal for foundation and mass plantings. This variety has slightly more cold tolerance than goldflame, and its leaves transition from red to gold throughout the growing season.; This shrub has a dense, low growth habit, and its bright green leaves turn bronze in the fall.;
Later, The Color Changes To Chartreuse, Which Is Less Exciting.
Spiraea x bumalda 'mini sunglo'. Leaves emerge golden in spring, then gradually fade to a gold/green as summer progresses. Flowers bloom from late spring into summer in colors of pink, purple, red or white.
The Foliage Turns Lovely Shades Of Orange, Red And Yellow In The Fall.
Maintains its neat compact mounded shape with very little pruning. Japanese spirea (spiraea japonica) has the widest color range, with foliage in shades of green, blue, gold or chartreuse. You are buying one mini gold spirea also called dwarf gold mound spirea in a quart pot.