Top Birchleaf Spirea. Native geographic location and habitat: Clusters of deep pink flowers.
Works well as a specimen or group in rock gardens, low hedges for. It can reach heights up to 20 feet if not pruned back. Tiny white flowers cover the plant in late spring and removal of faded flowers will encourage additional bloom.
Fall Color Gold, Bronze, And Red.
Birds and butterflies are attracted to its flowers. Foliage becomes gold, red and purple in autumn. Buds with hints of red in them open to white spring flowers.
The Flowers Produce Nectar And Pollen,.
It can reach heights up to 20 feet if not pruned back. Attracts birds, pollinators, or wildlife: Young shoots are always tinged with red.
Bridal Wreath Spiraea (Spiraea Prunifolia):
Birchleaf spirea are sophisticated cousins to the garish and colorful japanese spirea. Birchleaf spirea is a rounded to mounded small shrub reaching 3 to 4 feet high and wide. Also, it doesn't burn in the summer and has great fall color.
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Native geographic location and habitat: It is a dwarf shrub that typically matures as a dense rounded mound of foliage to 3' tall and as wide. Autumn brings quality shades of orange, red and purple.
In Late Spring Tiny White Flowers Bloom In Clusters That Cover The Plant.
Compact, rounded shrub 3 to 4 ft. The effect is even better thanks to the small, oval leaves with just a touch of serration at their tips. Tiny white flowers cover the plant in late spring and removal of faded flowers will encourage additional bloom.