This shrub has graceful arching branches that are covered with masses of white flowers.
Spirea False Ash Leaf
Lush feathery fern-like foliage with white, plume-like flowers through summer. Tolerates shade well and some drought. Upright, spreading form.
Spirea Magic Carpet
This colourful, compact shrub is a must in any yard with its fall bronze to russet foliage and pink blooms that cover from early summer to late fall.
Low mounded shrub with small, yellow foliage making it a good contrast for any landscape.
Rounded shrub with its colourful foliage and flat clusters of bright pink blooms. Suitable for foundation planting.
Masses of white flower clusters adorn the graceful arching fountain-like branches against the blue-green foliage. Excellent for small landscapes. Rounded form.
Spirea Little Princess
Clusters of small flowers adorn this dense, mounded shrub. Its mint-green foliage makes it an impressive colour display for any landscape.
Profuse clusters of bright blooms are produced through summer. New foliage emerges bright yellow turning green then to brilliant fall colours. Low, mounded form.
Spirea Anthony Waterer
Hardy, upright, rounded shrub with profuse clusters of rose-pink blooms. Unique foliage is very striking.
Spirea Tor Birchleaf
Mint-green foliage and clusters of white flat topped flowers. This selection lends itself to a variety of landscape uses with its dense, mounding form. Fall colouration is a blend of yellow, bronze and red.
Double, white flowers before the leaves
Shiny, dark green leaves turn yellow-orange in the fall
Upright, vase-shaped form
Bloom Time: Spring
Pink, white and red flowers in flattened clusters
Flower colours can appear simultaneously, sometimes in the same cluster
Foliage is blue-green, then dark burgundy in the fall
Bloom Time: Late spring
Spirea Neon Flash
Bright red flowers in flattened clusters
Foliage is green, then dark burgundy in the fall
Upright, rounded form
Bloom Time: Late spring
Spirea Frit Fritsch
Plant in full sun to enjoy the summer blooms and stunning fall colour.
Spirea Sem False
False spirea is best grown with average to medium moisture and in an organically rich, well-drained soil, in full sun.
Gold flame Spirea
Gold flame Spirea is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage.