Botanical Name: Spirea japonica 'Shirobana'
Height: 2 - 3 feet.
Spacing: 2- 3 feet.
Depth: Place in a hole 2 times as wide and deep as the pot; top of roots at soil surface.
Color: Pink, white, and magenta.
Foliage: Blue-green, alternate, elliptical to narrowly obovate, about 1" long, with essentially no petiole, and sparsely serrated or notched at the apex of the leaf blade.
Blooms: Summer to Fall.
Flower Form: A multitude of very small fluffy flowers forming flat clusters.
Soil Requirements: Any well-drained soil.
Growth Rate: Moderate
Pruning: Prune to shape after flowering.
Comments: Very versatile shrub. No serious insect or disease problems and can be harshly pruned and will recover quickly. Numerous clusters of white blooms cover the graceful arching branches during mid-Summer.
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