Bridal Wreath Spirea

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Latin Name- Spiraea Prunifolia Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 4-10 ft Width- 2-3'ft , Sun or Shade- Full Sun

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Bridal Wreath Spiraea - Spiraea Prunifolia

Bridal Wreath Spirea is an elegant yet stunning addition to any garden. This plant boasts beautiful cascades of delicate white flowers, clustered together like flowers in a bride’s bouquet. When in full bloom, it’s hard to see anything but the flowers! This type of spirea grows almost like a weeping willow with long branches that arch downwards. The flowers bloom in the middle of spring, and every inch of its branches host a cluster of the white blooms. The leaves of Bridal Wreath Spirea are dark green for most of the year. However, when autumn comes, the leaves transform from emerald green to vibrant red, warm orange, or golden yellow.

Bridal Wreath Spirea is a small to average size deciduous plant that produces sensational cascades of flowers in the spring and summertime. Mostly used by planting in perennial gardens, hedges around the house, fences, or driveway entrance. An upright plant increase in growth with arch branches that gracefully extend and descends for an elegant landscape outline. With its colorful foliage of pink, red, yellow, and white clusters combine blooming in its natural display of such enchanted beauty. You will encounter the multitudes of pristine flowers pouring forth from the plants center like a series of waterfalls attracting butterflies and bees. In the changing of the climate, the colder weather brings new beauty. Bridal Wreath Spiraea has dense domed flower heads that attract butterflies and bees.

This plant is known to spread by root suckers; this shrub has small, blue-green, diamond-shaped leaves with rounded, lobed tips. It also has a smooth brown bark and pink branches that would add an exciting look to your landscape. The clean, thick, blue-green summer foliage creates attractive yellow-orange, purple hue large flowers are so dull that you can barely see the leaves. That gives you the spice you are looking for in your landscape. It comes in many different colors, such as the white or yellow and sometimes a pale pink according to where it is grown and the soil contents. Any color and any bridal wreath shows out and will do very well in most climates and zones.

Bridal Wreath Spirea