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    Spirea - Bridal Wreath

    Spirea - Bridal Wreath

    Regular price $36.50 USD
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    Spirea - Bridal Wreath

    The Bridal Wreath Spirea is the perfect plant to fit your ornamental needs. It has a spreading habit and flows like a fountain. Its snow-white flowers grow in clusters and cascade down its branches. It is a plant that is drought tolerant and rarely bothered by deer. It is easy to care for and fast growing. Its blooms will have butterflies flocking to your yard.

    This beauty is native to Southeast China. Its rich, deep, green foliage with pure, crisp, white blooms make for a stunning pair. Flowering season begins in May. The Bridal Wreath Spirea is hardy and easy to grow and care for. It is resistant to deer and can tolerate salt. The blooms attract butterflies. This Spirea grows to a height of up to 6 feet. The spread for this plant is up to 5 feet. Use this beauty as an ornamental feature or accent in your landscape. Its salt tolerance makes it a great border plant and is great for ground cover.

    Bridal Wreath Spirea Care

    Your new Spirea is easy to care for and maintain. Plant in full sun to part shade, ensuring it receives six hours of sun per day. It will benefit from afternoon shade. It can tolerate all soil types and a range of Ph levels. It requires soil that has good drainage and average moisture. The Bridal Wreath Spirea has average water needs. It is a fast grower and requires regular pruning. Pruning should take place after the bloom season has finished for the year. Fertilizer should be slowly released and applied in the spring.


    For a shrub, they are considered long blooming, and their flowers easily tolerate the heat so their bloom time isn't rushed as a result of a heatwave. You can plan on them blooming for a good five weeks or so. Once their first flush is done, shear them back to dead-head the spent flowers and you will end up exposing a second flush of buds that have formed down the stem.

    Great for indoor bouquets, they have a good vase life and dry very nicely, especially the darker shades. Use them in everlasting bouquets or wrap them into a wreath while the flower is still fresh and pliable, then allow it to dry. They make gorgeous wreaths.

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