Friday, November 22, 2013

Anthony Waterer Spirea is probably the most widely grown cultivar of the most widely grown spirea. It is a reliable, compact, rounded shrub that requires almost no care. It matures to 2 to 4 ft tall and 3- 6 feet wd. The carmine-pink flat-topped flower clusters are 4- 6 inches wide & bloom in summer when little else does; they dry & persist into winter. New leaves are purplish, turning green, then pinkish in fall

Anthony Waterer Spirea is probably the most widely grown cultivar of the most widely grown spirea. It is a reliable, compact, rounded shrub that requires almost no care. It matures to 2 to 4 ft tall and 3- 6 feet wd. The carmine-pink flat-topped flower clusters are 4- 6 inches wide & bloom in summer when little else does; they dry & persist into winter. New leaves are purplish, turning green, then pinkish in fall
Anthony Waterer Spirea is probably the most widely grown cultivar of the most widely grown spirea. It is a reliable, compact, rounded shrub that requires almost no care. It matures to 2 to 4 ft tall and 3- 6 feet wd. The carmine-pink flat-topped flower clusters are 4- 6 inches wide & bloom in summer when little else does; they dry & persist into winter. New leaves are purplish, turning green, then pinkish in fall
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