- From the Ground Up: Now is the time for most pruning jobs
- Summer bloomers like Potentilla and Spirea bloom in summer on this year's growth. So now is a good time for pruning since new growth produced will still bloom.
- Plants worth '15 minutes' of fame in spring
- Bridal wreath spirea shrub: I love this non-native, not only because it reminds me of my mother, but for its shape and beautiful, snowy-white lined branches. These are in full beauty right now!
- Rodd Moesel: Some crops are flowering early
- Flowering shrubs are well into their spring flower show with forsythia, quince, spirea and many others already blossomed or in bloom.
- Have A Date With Your Shrub
- #Instead, if you want a rounded bush, seek out those that grow that way naturally, he said, pointing to rockrose (Cistus), hebe and some daphne and spirea as examples.
- Ballerinas for Easter Week
- Pair it with other carefree deciduous shrubs like spirea, lilac, beautyberry, and rose of Sharon. It shines in the shade of a shrub border or woodland setting along with azaleas, rhododendrons, ferns, and dogwood or redbud trees.
Spirea is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Spirea books and related discussion.
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