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A selection of articles related to spiraea.

Original articles from our library related to the Spiraea. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Spiraea.

Meadowsweet: Correspondences
Spiraea filipendula Folk Names: Bride of the Meadow, Bridewort Dollor, Gravel Root, Lady of the Meadow, Little Queen, Meadowwort, Meadowsweet, Queen of the Meadow, Steeplebush, Trumpet Weed Gender: Masculine Planet: Jupiter Element: Air Deity: Power: Love,...
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Spiraea is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Spiraea books and related discussion.

Suggested News Resources

Neil Sperry: Landscaping the small spaces
Professor Hanington's Speaking of Science: Headaches
Plant extracts, including willow bark and spiraea, a small shrub in the family Rosaceae and common in Nevada, contain salicylates, the active ingredient in aspirin. These homeopathic drugs have been used since antiquity to stem headaches, pain, and fever.
What's your pruning plan? Tips from an OSU horticulturist
Warm winter about to jump start spring
Mix in strawberries, and crabapples, and serviceberries, and raspberries, and ninebark, and spiraea, and lady's mantle, and peach trees — all in the Rosaceae. What a garden it would be, with edibles, shrubs, trees, herbaceous plants – and educational.
Dr. Dirt: How to stop mock strawberries
Dear Reader: This old fashioned favorite, Spiraea prunifolia, has been largely replaced by much smaller spirea varieties, which are mostly under 4 feet in height compared to the 8-foot bridal wreath shrubs.

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