Tor Birchleaf Spirea. Works well as a specimen or group in. Compact, mounded and dense shrub covered with tiny white flowers in late spring.
Birchleaf spirea are sophisticated cousins to the garish and colorful japanese spirea. First edition®pink sparkler™ birchleaf spirea (spiraea betulifolia ‘courispi’): Spiraea betulifolia 'tor' plant height:
Tiny White Flowers Cover The Plant In Late Spring And Removal Of Faded Flowers Will Encourage Additional Bloom.
Tor birchleaf spirea spiraea betulifolia 'tor' plant details: Foliage exhibits red, oranges and yellows in the fall. The foliage turns to lovely shades of gold, bronze, and red in fall, and is one of the showiest spireas by far for fall interest.
It Is A Dwarf Shrub That Typically Matures As A Dense Rounded Mound Of Foliage To 3' Tall And As Wide.
Works well as a specimen or group in rock gardens, low hedges for paths and walkways, and also. It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 20 years. Autumn brings quality shades of orange, red and purple.
Works Well As A Specimen Or Group In.
Tiny white flowers cover the plant in late spring and removal of faded flowers will encourage additional bloom. Name may come from the gaelic word torr meaning hill or mound in reference to the plant habit. Hedge, specimen, massing, borders maintenance:
It Tends To Fill Out Right To The Ground And Therefore Doesn't Necessarily Require Facer Plants In Front.
It is a dwarf shrub that typically matures as a dense rounded mound of foliage to 3' tall and as wide. Works well as a specimen or group in rock gardens. Tor birchleaf spirea is another beautiful spirea!
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Tiny white flowers cover the plant in late spring and removal of faded flowers will encourage additional bloom. Orange, red and purple autumn foliage. Also, it doesn't burn in the summer and has great fall color.