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    Japanese Spirea ( Bumald Spirea )
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HEIGHT:2 - 3 feet
SPREAD:3 - 5 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Flat clusters of pinkish-purple flowers in mid-summer; long bloom period; young leaves are tinged with pink early in the season; delicate branches.
LIMITATIONS:Unknown
HARDINESS:SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Japan
CULTIVARS:‘Anthony Waterer’ new growth reddish-purple; deep carmine pink flowers; grows 2'-4' high, 4'-8' wide; (Zone 4).; ‘Crispa’ twisted, serrated leaves, 2'-3' high.; ‘Froebelii’ 3'–3½ ' tall; burgundy flowers.; ‘Goldflame’ 2'-3' tall; new leaves bronzy; yellow-green leaves in summer; pink flowers, fall leaf color is copper-orange.; ‘Little Princess’ delicate light green leaves; mauve-pink flowers; leaves red in fall.; ‘Snowmound’ dark green leaves; many white flowers.
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