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Spiraea Japonica Shrubs

Sale price$89.99

Size 1-2'
Quantity 25 Shrubs

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Ordering was easy and convenient. Customer service answered all my questions immediately. The spiraea japonica arrived well packaged. Highly recommended.

Spiraea Japonica is a low-maintenance, deciduous shrub that arrived in the United States as a gift from our friends in Japan. Although a native Japanese species, it is well-adapted to many growing conditions in the moderate to warm U.S.D.A. plant hardiness zones.

Besides it, you might hear some gardeners call Spiraea japonica by several other names, as follows:

  • Bumald
  • Goldmound
  • Japanese Meadowsweet

After planting, you must fertilize and water it for one or two seasons; it requires little to no care besides weeding upon maturation.

Spiraea Japonica Reaches A Max Height of 6 Feet

It is a dwarf shrub that reaches a maximum height of between four and six feet and tolerates either full sun or partial shade. This smaller size makes it ideal for many uses throughout the yard.

Where To Plant Spiraea Japonica

  • Butterfly garden: The bright pink flowers will attract butterflies and moths, helping to pollinate your garden.
  • Foundation planting: Some homeowners use this as a foundation planting, mainly along the south—or west-facing sides of their homes that get almost full sunshine.
  • Shade Gardens: This short bush is ideal if you desire more color in a partially shady spot.
  • Natural areas: It will be lovely with others in natural areas. Better yet, they will be small and manageable.

Spiraea japonica Is A Stunning Pink To Red 

The plant will bring a beautiful, deep rose or pink color to your landscape in the late spring and early summer. It's well-loved for its color and easy-care nature.

Glossy green leaves grow in alternating patterns on coppery brown stems. The leaves are one to three inches long, serrated on the margins, and oval. The bush grows erect with a somewhat rounded crown.

The Spiraea Japonica Blooms Mid Summer

Its flowers open in early to mid-summer. They have a pleasant, soft fragrance. The flowers are deep rose pink. Although they present as single, large flowers, each cluster comprises tiny quarter-inch, five-petaled blossoms.

Spiraea japonica will give you a showy pink color in June or July--order yours from T.N. Nursery today.