You can really rely on this Spiraea to give you a beautiful display year after year with jam-packed clusters of pretty pink flowers when many plants are starting to fade in late summer.
With an upright habit, bushy habit, the sea of pink will prominently brighten up your garden given a fabulous sight every Summer for many years to come. The new foliage on this deciduous shrub appears in Spring with a red tinge, maturing through shades of green and can often exhibit slight cream and pink variegation before falling in the late Autumn. Simply prune back in early Spring and feed just twice a year with a slow release fertiliser.
Supplied as an established plant in a 2 litre pot, this Spiraea japonica Anthony Waterer measures approximately 25-30cm on receipt
Contents: 1 x 2 Litre Pot Grown Plant.