- Vanhoutte Spirea
- Spirea (Spiraea cantoniensis) and Threelobe Spirea. (S. trilobata) originating before 1866.
- Spirea Shrubs (Spiraea) are for all season enjoyment.
- Spirea plants are among the easiest flowering shrubs to grow. Spirea All spirea have small leaves, clusters of flowers, and fine, twiggy branches.
- BLUE SPIREA PRODUCTION AND CONSUMER CARE
- INTRODUCTION. • Common name: Blue spirea. • Scientific name: Caryopteris divaricata.
- The Best Ornamental Spireas
- SPIREAS, as a group, are not a very important part of the garden picture.
- Pruning advice for fall
- azalea and rhododendron, corylopsis, mahonia, magnolia, silverbell, fringe tree, lilac, bridal veil and other early blooming spirea varieties, early viburnum species, redbud, early clematis (especially montana varieties), kolkwitzia, and kerria.
- Woman embraces carefree gardening (photo gallery)
- Around front, hanging plants decorate the porch, bridal wreath spirea grows next to the porch, and lily of the valley scoots around the north corner. Winterscheidt and her husband, Brett Mairose, have lived in the nearly 100-year-old home for 15 years.
- Scott Turner: When migrating birds descend from the skies
- Our landscape is primarily two Norway maples, a gray birch grove, spirea and yew shrubbery, and various perennials and small trees. In August, I was not the only fauna to “greet” the migrants.
- Summer Bloom in August's garden
- Take out the garden shears and lop off the spent bloom of the Spirea and Coreopsis, this will give them a new lease on life and they will re-bloom for you and if early fall stays mild you can lop again and possibly have a third bloom.
- David Robson: Heat-distressed plants can be saved
- Many of our multi-stemmed shrubs, such as forsythia, spirea and lilacs, may resprout come September. So will some hydrangeas. If not, wait until next spring before grubbing out the plant.
- Practical Gardening and Yardcare information for homeowners and non- professionals - by a professional.
- Symphony Of Spirea
- Spirea is an easy-growing shrub with a range of foliage and bloom colors. Learn the basics of growing the plant, including how to prune spirea.
- Spiraea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Spiraea 1] or meadowsweet in North America, is a genus of about 80-100 species of shrubs in the family Rosaceae, subfamily Spiraeoideae.
- Spirea Shrubs | Spirea Shrub Varieties
- A listing of Spiraea shrubs. We offer several Spirea shrub varieties.
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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