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Spiraea fritschiana var. angulata

Fritsch Spirea

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Description

This Asian native spirea produces white flowers in flat-topped clusters. Fall color is usually tones of yellow.

The genus Spiraea consists of small to medium sized flowering shrubs with a fine-textured twiggy mounding habit. The small simple leaves are generally lance-shaped and held close to the branch. Spring to early summer abundant blooms tend to be in white or pink tones, depending on the species and/or cultivar. While individual flowers are quite small, they occur in clusters of inflorescence that can be very showy.

Spireas are best used in groupings in a shrub or mixed border, where they are valued as tough, reliable and easy-care performers in northern climates. The Chicago Botanic Garden's collection includes nearly 100 varieties and 3,000 plants.

Soil
Moderate
Plant Shape
Mounded
Exposure
Full Sun
Bloom Time
May - June
Bloom Color
White
Landscape Use
Screen/Hedge, Bedding or Border
Plant Type
Shrub
Hardiness Zone
4 - 8