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Tree & Shrub Club: Ornamental Deciduous Shrubs: Spiraea

Spirea arguta

Here are some other interesting cultivars of Spiraea sp. (Spirea) to consider. Five species groups, each with unique characteristics, are represented here:

Spiraea x bumalda: Bumald Spirea

Bridlewreath Spirea

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

’Anthony Waterer’

Anthony Waterer Spirea. An indispensable dwarf shrub with broad heads of hot pink flowers in profusion in July.  Great for borders.

1 gallon

8.56

 

2 gallon

12.18

 

40cm 3g

14.72

 

50cm 3g

15.08

 

60cm 3g

15.81

 

’Crispa’

Crisp Leaf Spirea. Pink flowers cluster 3 inches wide in late June. It has a deep cleft and crinkled, twisted leaves.

2 gallon

12.18

 

’Dart’s Red’

Dart’s Red Spirea. Similar to 'Anthony Waterer' but flowers are deep carmine.  Foliage reddish-purple in fall.

40cm 3g

14.72

 

’Flaming Mound’

Flaming Mound Spirea. Very low alpine spirea with bright yellow growth and red fall colour.

1 gallon

8.56

 

50cm 3g

15.08

 

’Froebelii’

Froebel’s Spirea. Similar to 'Anthony Waterer' in all ways except for max. height which is due to vigorous growth.

40cm 3g

14.72

 

’Goldflame’

Goldflame Spirea. Dwarf shrub has yellow, bronzy-scarlet growth in spring. It later becomes green, flowering crimson in July.  Red in fall.

1 gallon

8.56

 

2 gallon

12.18

 

60cm 3g

15.81

 

Spiraea fritschiana: Fritschiana Spirea

Cherry Pink Flowers on Bumald Spirea

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

’Wilma’

Pink Parasols Spirea. Pink flowers in June. Bluish-green leaves are tinged with red and turn yellow-orange-red in fall.

2 gallon

13.63

 

40cm 3g

16.17

 

Spiraea japonica: Japanese Spirea

Spirea Dakota Goldcharm

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

’Dakota Goldcharm’

Dakota Goldcharm Spirea. Dwarf gold leafed spirea. New growth turns from bronze to gold. Outstanding for perennial gardens.  Pink blooms early summer.

30cm 2gal

12.18

 

‘Gold Mound’

Gold Mound Spirea. Bright gold foliage, pink flowers and low mounding form.  Blooms June-July.

1 gallon

8.56

 

2 gallon

12.18

 

60cm 3g

15.81

 

‘Fire Light’

Fire Light Spirea. New growth is a rich red-orange which turns a fiery red in the fall.  The pink flowers produced in early summer is nothing compared to the foliage display.

1 gallon

8.92

 

’Lemon Princess’

Lemon Princess Spirea. A compact, mounding plant with striking yellow foliage and pink flowers. Better than 'goldmound'.

40cm 3g

19.94

 

’Little Princess’

Little Princess Spirea. A dwarf plant with attractive flowers, blooming in July-August. Suitable also for rock gardens.

2 gallon

12.18

 

40cm 3gal

14.72

 

7 gallon

27.55

 

Macrophylla

Japanese Spirea. Large, leathery green foliage turns to a beautiful mix of yellow, orange and red colours in the fall.  Small white flowers.

2 gallon

21.03

 

’Magic Carpet’

Magic Carpet Spirea. A dwarf spirea with vibrant red leaf tips above a backdrop of bright golden foliage.  Clusters of deep pink flowers.

1 gallon

8.56

 

60cm 3gal

15.81

 

‘Neon Flash’

Neon Flash Spirea. Dense mounding shrub with bright red flower clusters throughout the growing season.

1 gallon

8.56

 

50cm 3gal

15.08

 

’Shirobana’

Shirobana Spirea. Low upright summer flowering spirea.  Flat flower heads are a mix of white, pink and hot pink.  Useful for edging or small spaces.

1 gallon

8.56

 

2 gallon

12.18

 

60cm 3gal

15.81

 

’White Gold’

White Gold Spirea. Pure white flowers against bright gold foliage through the summer.

2 gallon

19.94

 

Spiraea nipponica: Nippon Spirea

Snowmound Spirea up close

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

’Snowmound’

Snowmound Spirea. A graceful spirea covered in early summer with clusters of flowers.  An excellent dwarf shrub.

1 gallon

8.56

 

2 gallon

12.18

 

60cm 3g

15.81

 

Spiraea x vanhouttei: Vanhouttei Spirea

Spiraea x Vanhouttei

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

hybrid

Bridlewreath Spirea. The graceful, pendulous branches of this very popular shrub are a mass of flowers in June.

50cm 3g

17.98

 

’Firegold’

Firegold Spirea. Firegold stands out because of its brilliant lemon-lime foliage. New growth is soft yellow changing to lemon, and finally to lime-green. White flowers, appear in spring along gracefully arching branches. Colour is most brilliant in full sun locations.

3 gallon

19.94

 

’Renaissance’

Renaissance Bridlewreath Spirea. An improved variety of 'vanhouttei' with better mildew resistance.

50cm 3g

17.98

 

7 gallon

40.60