Sem Ural False Spirea. New spring growth is orange, red and yellow changing to a pale green in summer. Leaves are highly textured, narrow and roughly oval in.
Thus, it would be best if it’s planted directly under the sunlight. Ural spirea is a cultivar that does not have the invasive characteristic of the parent false spirea, making it much improved variant for the home gardener. Superb in foundation plantings, or for accenting.
‘Sem’ Is A Compact Growing False Spirea, Growing Only To 48”, Unlike The Species Which Can Reach 8’.
Sem is a compact growing false spirea growing only to 48 unlike the species which can reach 8. Features tiny white flowers in dense, terminal, pyramidal panicles (to 10 long) in early summer. Nor is it for those who want compact shrubs which mind their manners.
This Cultivar Has Earnt A Royal Horticultural Society Award Of.
Colouring is best in good light. White flowers in summer on a lightly suckering plant. Thus, it would be best if it’s planted directly under the sunlight.
Sorbaria Sorbifolia ‘Sem’ Pp#16,336 / Ural False Spirea Plant Fact Sheet.
It has many upright stems and a distinctive leaf colouring; False spirea, ural false spirea (sorboaria sorbifolia) prune these spring flowering shrubs soon after they have bloomed. It has attractive chartreuse deciduous foliage which emerges cherry red in spring.
This Cultivar Is A Dense, Rounded, Compact Shrub Reaching 3 To 4 Feet High And 4 To 6 Feet Wide.
Sem false spirea will grow to be about 4 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 6 feet. It is not a shrub for small gardens. Leaves are highly textured, narrow and roughly oval in.
It Tends To Fill Out Right To The Ground And Therefore Doesn't Necessarily Require Facer Plants In Front.
It flowers best when sited in full sun and spreads by suckers to form colonies. The rose stems are very effective and add winter interest. It grows at a fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 20 years.