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Three-Season Color with Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea Shrub

The pink spirea is a favorite for home gardeners and landscapers alike, admired for its vibrant blossoms and three-season color. A hardy, deciduous shrub and member of the Rosaceae family, it does well in hardy zones 4 to 9. This plant gets its name from the Greek word, spirea which means spiral, and refers to the coiled or wreath-like clusters of its small, showy flowers in bursts of mauve, pink, rose, and red.

Three-Season Color

 Spirea bushes belong to a genus of more than 80 woody shrubs and typically fall into spring or summer classifications. April to May spring bloomers include the well-known bridal wreath species, which produces large panicles of soft white flowers along gently bowing branches. A summer bloomer, pink spirea blossoms from June to August, its clusters of pink, red and white flowers appearing on more upright stems. There are many cultivars of spirea which also produce an abundance of color.

While the flowers themselves are beautiful, the fine-textured, lanceolate leaves of pink Spirea are equally lovely. During the spring and summer months, spirea displays foliage varying in color from chartreuse to deep green. In autumn, however, spire foliage turns gorgeous shades of yellow, orange-red, and sometimes purple, creating added interest to gardens and landscapes.

Planting and Care

 Pink Spirea bushes are a fast-growing, excellent ornamental choice for perennial gardens and borders. They pair well with hydrangeas, Hostas, and spikes of salvia. Because species of Spirea grow to varying heights, some are good choices for foundation plants, while others may be better in a mid-border planting. A bridal wreath, which can grow from four to eight feet in height with a six to eight-foot spread, is often utilized as an eye-catching privacy hedge.

   Spirea takes well to pruning, and doing so promotes healthy growth. Spring flowering species should be pruned immediately after flowering. On the other hand, summer-flowering species should be pruned in winter after the leaves have fallen. Easy to grow and care for, pink spirea attracts bees and butterflies, and various other pollinators.

   While pink spirea can handle moderate shade, for the most vibrant blossoms and fall foliage color, plant these shrubs in full sun and neutral or slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Deadhead flowers immediately after they bloom to encourage new growth.


   Planting a Spirea bush is simply a matter of digging a hole twice as wide and as deep as the existing root ball and sprinkling the hole with bone meal. After the bush is planted, backfill and cover with a few inches of compost.

   Spirea plants can also be propagated from softwood and hardwood cuttings and by ground layering. The latter bypasses cutting by bending soft stems still attached to the mother plant and laying them across the ground in a 1-inch deep, 3-inch long trench. Successful propagation can be had by removing the leaves from these stems, scouring the outer bark in spots, pinning them to the ground, and covering the trench with soil. Keep the soil moist, and new roots should form in six to eight weeks, after which you can sever the stems from the mother plant and transplant them.

Pink Spirea - TN Nursery

Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea is known for its profuse clusters of small, pink to deep rose-colored flowers that appear in late spring to early summer. These blooms add color to your landscape and attract pollinators like butterflies and bees. This beautiful ornamental plant has a long blooming cycle and is hardy in zones 4-9. Featuring rust-resistant foliage and an extended blooming period, the bush is a reliable addition to any landscape in zones 4-9. Pink Spirea Is the Perfect Addition to a Garden When you're looking for a charming floral plant, Pink Spirea is an excellent choice. The mid-sized flowering shrubs work well in a variety of settings. They release a dense cluster of upright steps coated in small leaves and flowers. Each plant grows to a tidy, rounded clump that can be up to 3 feet high and 3 feet wide. They feature small, teardrop-shaped leaves with serrated edges. The Gorgeous Color Range of the Pink Spirea Leaves This attractive plant is made more notable due to its shifting leaf colors. In spring and summer, this shrub's leaves are medium green. As the leaves mature, they get darker and more colorful. They develop hues of burgundy and purple that compliment the pastel colors of the flowers. In fall, the plant's leaves begin to brighten to shades of gold and orange. This wide range of colors allows the plant to brighten up your landscape even outside of its blooming season. They are stunning landscapes. Explore Pink Spirea Beautiful Flowers This plant produces large bunches of flowers throughout spring. At the tip of each stem, a cluster of blooms around three to five inches in width develops. The bunch contains several petite flowers that each have five petals and long, delicate stamens. The flowers are a dramatic rose shade that usually lightens at the tip of the petal and is darker near the center. The flowers bloom intermittently, so while some clusters are reaching the end of their lifespan, others are just starting. This ensures you get months of beautiful flowers. Landscaping With Pink Spirea The cheerful pastel colors of this plant add charm to any garden. Their size and shape make them a favorite addition to flowerbeds because they can fill in spaces with ease. They can add lots of color and attract many butterflies to decorative borders since they create such thick clusters of flowers and leaves. This plant also does very well in containers, so some people like to use it as a way of filling a pot, planter, or window box.

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Blue Hydrangea - TN Nursery

Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea has vibrant dinnerplate blooms, lush foliage, and versatility make it famous for gardens, parks, and residential landscapes. Scientifically known as macrophylla, it is a captivating flowering shrub celebrated for its enchanting beauty and the tranquil ambiance of gardens and landscapes. Revered for its vibrant azure blossoms, it is a botanical masterpiece that has charmed horticulturists and nature enthusiasts for generations. Blue Hydrangea, with a profusion of attractively hued blooms, make beautiful additions to any garden. The flowers appear in clusters or cones that can be up to eight inches wide. The foliage is generally deep green in color with a matte or waxy surface, but leaf shapes vary greatly between varieties. Some plants produce oblong or heart-shaped leaves of between four and eight inches in length, while others are adorned with serrated, deeply veined, or lobed leaves of similar size. Blue Hydrangea Has Stunning Colors One unique fact about them is that the most eye-catching parts of the plant aren't made up of petals, as is the case with most other flowering plants. Instead, showy, colorful blooms are comprised of petal-like structures called sepals. Sepals are sturdier than regular flower petals and furnish protection to the tiny flowers that are hidden behind or below them. Their bloom clusters vary from faint sky-blue to deep purple, with most shades in between. The color of the flowers that it produces is based on the plant's variety as well as on the content of certain minerals in the surrounding soil. Blue Hydrangea Is A Perennial Favorite Shrub-like blue hydrangeas go dormant in the cooler months. The plants start putting on new foliage as soon as warmer weather returns, and new flowers begin forming in the mid to late spring. They will burst into full bloom in the early summer, with the flowers generally reaching their prime during the months of June, July, August, and September. Some varieties only bloom once per growing season, while others rebloom continuously throughout the summer. Blue Hydrangea Is Great For Creating Height and Depth Blue hydrangeas can grow to heights of six feet or more with a six-foot branch span. These standard varieties are suitable for creating a border, a flowering green wall, or a divider between areas of a lawn. If space is a consideration, smaller varieties that are great for raising pots or planters are also available. These varieties will reach heights of just two to three feet with a similar branch-spread diameter. Some of the plants also act like vines and are capable of scaling trees and fences to heights of 50 feet or more.

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