10 Native Spirea Japonica Bush Alternatives
Japanese spirea is beautiful, but it's invasive in the US. Click here to learn about 10 excellent native alternatives.
Japanese spirea is a small shrub that has naturalized throughout parts of the U.S. In some areas it has even become invasive. Learn how to control it here.
Japanese spirea is a small shrub that's naturalized throughout parts of the U.S. In some areas, it is invasive. Learn how to control it here.
Pruning spirea after a couple of years will rejuvenate the plant. The following article contains information on how to prune spirea along with other helpful tips for cutting back spirea shrubs in the landscape. Click here to learn more.
If you go to the plant store, you may be surprised by how many types of spirea are available in commerce. Click on this article for an overview of the different spirea plant varieties as well as exceptional spirea cultivars.
Spirea is a lovely foundation plant, providing greenery and flowers. But it’s a common complaint that these small shrubs start to look ugly after a season or two. The solution is simple: trimming spirea plants keeps it looking attractive year after year. Learn more here.
Varieties such as Ogon spirea promise growers a profusion of flowers in the springtime, followed by stunning bronzed foliage each fall. Best of all, their robust nature and long life span make spirea shrubs like this an investment worth making. Click here for more info.
Whether you have one in a container that you want to move to the garden, or you have an established plant that needs to move to a new spot, sometimes spirea bush transplanting is necessary. Keep reading to learn more spirea transplanting info.
Novice and experienced gardeners alike love spirea bushes for their eye-catching beauty, fast growth rate, hardiness, and ease of care. Find tips on spirea growing conditions and care in this article.