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The Best Ornamental Spireas

Xsuperba 3~ Z 4 (albi,floraXcorymbosa~ Striped Spirea Only valued because of its late June flowers (light rose) and its low height. thunbergii 5~ Z 4 Japan and China Thunberg Spirea Single white flowers in early May, this is usually the first of the spireas to bloom.

Vanhoutte Spirea

Vanhoutte Spirea (Spiraea x vanhouttei) General Description A medium shrub resulting from a cross between Reeves Spirea ( Spiraea cantoniensis ) and Threelobe Spirea (S. trilobata) originating before 1866.

'Bashaw' Douglas spirea

'Bashaw' Douglas spirea Douglas spirea, or hardhack, is a small, freely branching, suckering shrub that is native to western North America from Alaska to northem California and east to Idaho.

Agric. Handbook No. 727. Washington, DC. U.S. Department of ...

Douglas spirea Alaska S to N California, British Columbia, Montana, Oregon S. stevenii (Schneid.) Rydb. Beauverd spirea, Alaska & NW Canada S. beauverdiana (Schneid.)

propagation of Alpine spirea; rose meadowsweet; mountain spirea

1 Protocol Information USDA NRCS Corvallis Plant Materials Center 3415 NE Granger Ave Corvallis, Oregon 97330 (541)757-4812 Corvallis Plant Materials Center Corvallis, Oregon Family Scientific Name: Rosaceae Family Common Name: Rose Scientific Name: Spiraea splendens Baumann ex K. Koch splendens ...

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HOME & GARDEN INFORMATION 1-888-656-9988 HGIC 1074 http://hgic.clemson.edu CENTER Spirea Spireas ( Spiraea species) are among the easiest flowering shrubs to grow.

Spirea information

SKU Variety Spirea information Notes Flower Color & Time S172 Spirea betulifolia Tor Prune after bloom. 2-2.5' tall, mounded, yellow-bronze fall folliage.

Inflorescence Blast and Flower Bud Abnormalities of Spiraea ...

*135 In 2003, the target of Department of Bacteriology of the Crop Research Institute in Prague-RuzynÄ› was to verify a suspicion that fire blight caused by Erwinia amylovora occurred on spirea shrubs in Prague and its environs.

The spirea

Written by Christoph Kieffer www.thebonsaigarden.com 1 / 1 The spirea Spiraea nipponica "snowmound". Family: Rosaceae. Origin: Native to japan, now it is cultivated nearly everywhere on the world.

Spiraea nipponica 'Snowmound' - Snowmound Nippon Spirea ...

Spiraea nipponica 'Snowmound' - Snowmound Nippon Spirea ( Rosaceae )-----Spiraea nipponica 'Snowmound' is a low-arching shrub that is urban tolerant and has pure white inflorescences that blanket ...