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Bosh Bruening

(Dolchica Pink Spirea, Japanese Meadowsweet, Japanese Spirea)

Dolchica pink spirea is a flowering deciduous shrub that originates from Japan and China. This hardy, easy to grow plant has a dwarf, mounded habit and bears soft clusters of purple-pink flowers in mid to late summer. These contrast nicely with its incised dark green foliage, which have purple hues when they first emerge. Spent flowers can be removed to extend flowering.

Best grown in full sun and tolerant of a wide range of soils, 'Dolchica' is a highly versatile landscape shrub that looks great...

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Mark A. Miller

(Firelight Japanese Spirea, Japanese Meadowsweet)

Ubiquitous in gardens, Japanese spirea is a small upright deciduous shrub native to eastern Asia. This hardy, easy to grow, densely mounding plant bears many soft flat clusters of pink flowers from early to late summer. The toothed oval medium-green leaves sometimes turn bright colors in fall. Many cultivars are widely available including the golden-leaved 'Goldflame', and the rose-pink-flowered 'Little Princess'.

Succeeding in a wide range of soils in sun or light shade, Japanese spirea is a...

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Jessie Keith

(Flaming Mound Spiraea, Japanese Meadowsweet, Japanese Spirea)

A favorite of butterflies, Japanese spiraea is a small, tough deciduous shrub native to eastern Asia. Named for its dwarf mounding habit and the fiery color of its new leaves, 'Flaming Mound' bears fuzzy terminal clusters of dark pink flowers in mid to late summer. These contrast nicely with its golden summer foliage.

Best grown in full sun and tolerant of a wide range of soils, flaming mound spirea is a highly versatile landscape shrub that looks great in mixed borders, low hedges, or en masse....

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Meadowsweet)

A widely used ornamental landscape plant, Japanese spirea is a rounded, clump-forming, flowering deciduous shrub native to Japan and China. Spent flowers can be removed to extend flowering period by encouraging a second round of blooms. 'Froebelii' is regarded as being a spiraea with great heat tolerance and an easy culture in a wide array of soil types. This cultivar's drought tolerance is considered one of its strong points. Pretty pink flowers emerge in mid to late summer.

Tolerant of light...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Gold Mound Japanese Spirea, Japanese Meadowsweet)

Gold Mound spirea is a vibrant flowering deciduous shrub that originates from Japan and China. This hardy, easy to grow plant has a compact, mounding habit and bears soft clusters of pink flowers in mid to late summer. These contrast nicely with its bright yellow leaves that age to yellow-green. Spent flowers can be removed to extend flowering.

Best grown in full sun and tolerant of a wide range of soils, 'Gold Mound' is a highly versatile landscape shrub that looks great in mixed borders, low...

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PlantHaven

(Golden Elf Japanese Meadowsweet, Japanese Meadowsweet)

Ubiquitous in gardens, Japanese spirea is a small upright deciduous shrub native to eastern Asia. This hardy, easy to grow, densely mounding plant bears many soft flat clusters of pink flowers from early to late summer. The toothed oval medium-green leaves sometimes turn bright colors in fall. Many cultivars are widely available including the golden-leaved 'Goldflame', and the rose-pink-flowered 'Little Princess'.

Tolerant of light shade and a wide range of soils, Japanese spirea is a highly versatile...

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Jessie Keith

(Goldflame Spirea, Japanese Meadowsweet)

A widely used ornamental landscape plant, Japanese spirea is a rounded, clump-forming, flowering deciduous shrub native to Japan and China. Spent flowers can be removed to extend flowering period by encouraging a second round of blooms. 'Goldflame' is best known for its irregular mounding habit and its pale chartreuse or yellow leaves. New leaves emerge bronze and fade to the typical pale yellow. It blooms staring in late spring and lasting into mid summer. In the autumn the leaves irregularly change...

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Bosh Bruening

(Gumball Spirea, Japanese Meadowsweet, Japanese Spirea)

What a sweet little spirea. 'Gumball' is a pretty flowering deciduous shrub that originates from Japan and China. This hardy, easy to grow plant has a compact, roundy moundy habit and bears soft clusters of rose-pink flowers in mid to late summer. These contrast nicely with its dark, crisp green foliage that is bronze hued when it first emerges. Spent flowers can be removed to extend flowering.

Best grown in full sun and tolerant of a wide range of soils, Gumball spirea is a highly versatile...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Meadowsweet, Lemon Princess Japanese Spirea)

Ubiquitous in gardens, Japanese spirea is a small upright hardy deciduous shrub native to eastern Asia. Featuring showy leaves that hold their color longer than those of 'Goldmound', the Japanese spirea cultivar 'Lemon Princess' also has pretty summer flowers and a compact habit. The toothed oval leaves are golden yellow when young, greenish yellow in summer, and sometimes assumes bright tints in fall. Soft flat clusters of pink flowers appear atop this dense mounded shrub from mid- to late summer....

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Hahira Nursery

(Japanese Meadowsweet, Japanese Spirea, Little Princess Spirea)

A small size and colorful pink flowers by early to midsummer finds this deciduous shrub grown in many temperate gardens. Selection 'Little Princess' is a pretty flowering, dwarf shrub with originates in Japan and China. This hardy, easy to grow plant has a low, mounded habit and bears soft clusters of pale rose-pink flowers in late spring to midsummer. These contrast nicely with its crisp green foliage that becomes reddish in autumn. Spent flowers can be trimmed off to extend flowering until early...