Spirea Nipponica Rhs. Suitable for growing in pots and containers. ( 4 customer reviews) a spreading, deciduous shrub.

Spiraea x pseudosalicifolia 'Triumphans' spirea
Spiraea x pseudosalicifolia 'Triumphans' spirea from www.rhs.org.uk

The cultivar 'snowmound' has gained the royal horticultural society's. Japonica, although at one time s. Banks and slopes, cottage/informal, beds and borders, low maintenance.

Suitable For Planting In Sunny And Partially Shaded Locations.

It is included in an evolving list of plants carefully researched and chosen by rhs. Spiraea nipponica 'white carpet' the rhs award of garden merit (agm) helps gardeners choose the best plants for their garden. The genus formerly included the herbaceous species now segregated into the.

Easy To Grow In Any Soil So Long As It Is Moist.

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings. It is included in an evolving list of plants carefully researched and chosen by rhs experts. Japonica, although at one time s.

In The U.s., But Apparently Not In Europe, It Is Sometimes Marketed.

Compact and easy to grow, it makes a fantastic low hedge. The cultivar 'snowmound' has gained the royal horticultural society's. In this previous view bumald spirea was regarded as a hybrid between two species and named s.

This Shrub Is Deciduous So It Will Lose All Its Leaves In Autumn, Then Fresh New Foliage Appears Again Each Spring.

Rhs plants for pollinators plants. The rhs award of garden merit (agm) helps gardeners choose the best plants for their garden. When young it is a slender, slightly arching, shrub, but.

Otherwise Known As Tosa Spirea, You Won't Be Disappointed By What This Deciduous Shrub Has To Offer.

Spirea japonica ‘goldflame’ is a colourful shrub. The name ‘nipponica’ means from japan, but this is not the japanese spirea, which is spiraea japonica. Spiraea nipponica 'snowmound' is the proud owner of a prestigious rhs award of garden merit, producing a mound of dark green foliage topped with small white flowers from march, resembling, as the name suggests, snow on top of a mound.

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