Wow your friends and neighbors with this remarkable 3-in-1 variety! Beautiful flower clusters in three distinctive colors pink, white and magenta appear in summer and cover this unique shrub until fall. Reaching only 2-3' tall, petite 3-in-1 Spirea is an ideal accent for borders and other landscaped areas. It's particularly attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Ships in 4" pots. Spirea japonica 'Shirobana'
Botanical Name: Spirea japonica 'Shirobana'
Common Name: Japanese Spirea
Form: Small shrub
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 2 - 3'
Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 (-30 degrees F)
Flowering Date: midsummer
Shipping Season: Spring
Unique Characterstics: Blooms pink, magenta and white on the same dwarf low spreading plant. Excellent choice for the landscape or a border. You can prune by shearing after the initial blooming to maintain a nice rounded appearance and to encourage repeat blooming.
Flower Color: Pink, White and magenta blossoms.
Flower Form: Flat topped corymb - like small Queen Anne's lace.
Foliage Type: Bright green leaves lanceolate to ovate, coarsely toothed, 1-4" long.
Pruning: Prune after flowering
Pruning Time: mid to late summer
Soil Requirement: Any garden soil, well drained - humus enriched so it stays moist.
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I bought about 20 of these. I lined my sunny front walkway with them. They are beautiful! They are easy to care for. They will keep at least a 2-3ft rounded shape (3ft in all directions) You cut them back in late fall and they will bush out in spring. You can cut off spent blooms again and again and they will re-bloom. I have had mine for over 7 years and they are still great! I would recommend that you give them more space than I did. They were tiny when I got them so I only planted about 2ft from walkway and they ended up spilling onto the walkway-so plant at least 3ft from edge. Highly recommend this plant!
"I purchased three of these and they have all grown well! You do have to prune them back in spring and again about mid July. Mine are larger than stated, but that is okay with me. You cannot kill these sturdy shrubs! Love them!!!"