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Spiraea japonica ‘Bullata’
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Japanese Spiraea

Spiraea

With attractive foliage and a graceful habit, these hardy, deciduous flowering shrubs belong to the Rose family, and are easily grown in any fertile, somewhat moisture-retentive garden soil.

Spiraea japonica ‘Bullata’ full sun  partial shade  new plant

An unsung heirloom hero that dates back to 1881, this diminutive darling deserves more attention. Close-knit twiggy growth clad in tiny crinkled dark green deciduous leaves sculpts a compact, yet broad tailored foundation with big clusters of lipstick pretty, deep rosy crimson flowers. Undemanding ‘Bullata’ is custom-made for patio containers, a rock garden or the front lines, either in a border or along a path.

Blooms June–July

Size: 16"–2' high x 20"–2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 4.

Spiraea japonica ‘Bullata’ (S-0817)
Each $9.75
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