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Image of Sorbus yuana photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Yuan Whitebeam)

Image of Spiraea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Spirea)

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...

Image of Spiraea blumei photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Blume Spirea, Spirea)

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...

(Steeple Bush)

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...

Image of Spiraea fritschiana photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Korean Spirea)

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...

(Korean Spirea)

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...

Image of Spiraea prunifolia photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Bridal Wreath)

Popular in Victorian times and still prized today for its snowy flowers, bridal wreath spirea is a dense arching head-high shrub that was introduced to England from its native Japan in about 1845. It is known in gardens by its double-flowered form, which bears masses of button-like white flowerheads all along its stems in mid-spring just as its small oval glossy green leaves emerge. The handsome foliage turns orange and red in fall. The wiry stems spread via short underground suckers.

This old-fashioned...

(Three-lobed Spirea)

One of the parents of Van Houtte spirea, this dense compact deciduous shrub from northern Asia is a worthy ornamental plant in its own right. Arching chest-high stems bear clouds of small white blooms in late spring and early summer. The clustered cup-shaped flowers attract butterflies. Dainty rounded blue-green leaves provide ornamental interest after flowering ends.

This hardy shrub grows and flowers best in full sun but tolerates partial shade. It prefers moist well-drained soil but tolerates...

(Three-lobed Spirea)

One of the parents of Van Houtte spirea and a worthy ornamental plant in its own right, Spiraea trilobata is a dense compact deciduous shrub from northern Asia. The cultivar 'Fairy Queen' is especially compact and floriferous. Arching stems bear clouds of small white blooms in late spring and early summer. The clustered cup-shaped flowers attract butterflies. Dainty rounded blue-green leaves provide ornamental interest after flowering ends.

This hardy shrub grows and flowers best in...

There are about 100 species which are included in genus Spiraea. They are mostly woody deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs with showy spring and summer blooms. The species are widely distributed across the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The genus name is derived from the Greek speira which means coil or spire and refers to the use of these flowers in garlands and wreaths.

Long arching branches forming mounding shrubs are a common habit for most spiraeas. The...