- Bumalda ‘Dart’s Red’ — Dart’s Red Spirea
Dwarf variety with rosy-pink flowers. New leaf growth is reddish-purple turning to green.
- Japonica ‘Anthony Waterer’ — Anthony Waterer Spirea
An indispensable dwarf shrub with broad heads of hot pink flowers in profusion in July. Great for borders.
- Japonica ‘Flaming Mound’ — Flaming Mound Spirea
Very low alpine spirea with bright yellow growth and red fall color.
- Japonica ‘Goldflame’ — Gold Flame Spirea
Dwarf shrub has yellow, bronzy-scarlet growth in spring turning to soft yellow-green in the summer. Copper-orange in fall.
- Japonica ‘Little Princess’ — Little Princess Spirea
A dwarf plant with attractive flowers, blooming in July-August. Suitable for rock gardens.
- Japonica ‘Neon Flash’ — Neon Flash Spirea
Bright red flowers stand out against dark green foliage. Long bloom time.
- Japonica ‘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.
- Japonica ‘Walbuma’ — Magic Carpet Spirea
A compact mound with vibrant new red leaves. Small pink flowers contrast well with bright gold foliage that turns russet red in fall.
- Nipponica ‘Snowmound’ — Snowmound Spirea
Small, dense, rounded shrub. A graceful spirea covered in early summer with clusters of flowers.
- x Arguta — Garland Spirea
Masses of white flowers before green leaves appear in spring. Arching, vase shaped habit. Flowers on previous year’s wood.
- x Arguta ‘Graciosa’ — Dwarf Garland Spirea
Finely textured foliage and a cascade of white flowers in early June.
- x ‘Goldmound’ — Gold Mound Spirea
Bright gold foliage, pink flowers and low mounding form. Blooms June-July.
- x Vanhouttei — Bridalwreath Spirea
The graceful, pendulous branches of this very popular shrub has a mass of white flowers in June.
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