Spirea, Shirobana

 
 

Description:  A very interesting, and attractive summer blooming spirea with a handsome, mounding growth habit. This spirea variety commonly displays three different colored blooms all at the same time. Flower heads appear in two different shades of pink : light pastel pink, as well as a darker bubble gum pink - along with white color blooms as well. Generally flowers consistently from May until late August. Flowering can be intensified & prolonged through regular trimming of expired flower heads.

Common Name: Shirobana Spirea

Scientific Name: Spiraea jabonica 'Shirobana'

Type: Perennial, Shrub

Exposure: Full Sun

Size: 2-3' height, 3-4' spread

Bloom Color: White, Pink

Bloom Period: May - Late August

Foliage Color: Green

Landscape Use: Border Plant, Rock Gardens, Landscape Specimen, Accent Plant, Near Water Gardens or Ponds, Mass Planting

Soil: Well-Drained

Growth Rate: Moderate

Zone: 3 - 8

Companion Plants: Silver Dragon Liriope, Coreopsis, Abelia, Butterfly Bush, Little Zebra Grass, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Dianthus, Blue Rug Juniper, Boxwood, May Night Salvia, Ornamental Grasses

 




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