Spirea bushes are used in landscaping projects around the country to spruce up boring looking yards with their beautiful white flowers and contrasting green foliage.
They are a true garden gem that have been used for many years. The shrub is deciduous with bursting flowers that appear in early spring. The mesmerizing flowers can take on shades of white, pink, or cream. A great plant to give your garden a pop of color!
Spirea plants need full sun to perform best but some can tolerate partially shaded areas. They prefer moist, well draining soils but once established they are quite drought tolerant.
These shrubs are best used as a foundation planting, hedges, or as specimen plants where their never-ending flower clusters can be seen and enjoyed. Pruning spirea is simpler and is only required to maintain desired shape and size. A light pruning in late winter will encourage new growth. As well as, deadheading spent flower blossoms after they bloom in late spring to keep the bush looking tidy.
Our 3 varieties of spirea are all slightly different and each have unique features to give your landscape some life! Bridal Wreath Spirea is one of our most popular hedges and has cascading white flowers in a weeping willow like form. These spirea plants are hardy down to zone 4 and can suit a variety of climates.
Spireas are an impressive addition to any garden. They require a little space between plantings to ensure it has enough room to grow.