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Little Princess Spirea
  • Growing Zones: 4-8
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    Height: 2-4 ft.
    Width: 2-4 ft.
    Sunlight: Full Sun
    Blooms: Summer
    Spacing: 3 ft.
    Botanical: Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Little Princess Spirea

     
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    Colorful Addition to Any Landscape


    The Little Princess Spirea is known for its...
    • incredible blooms
    • low-maintenance
    • dense, small shape
    • long-lasting color

    Little Princess Spirea is popular for a good reason - this accent shrub is adaptable, hardy and exquisite. You can plant this colorful, dense shrub anywhere in your landscape that needs a little life. With so many traits all wrapped up in one low-maintenance beauty, it's no wonder she's named Little Princess.

    This Spirea will mature to about 2-4 feet in height with a 2-4 foot spread, so it can easily be tucked into a small corner of your garden for big impact. The Little Princess Spirea typically fills out well from top to bottom, so there's no need for filler plants in front of her.

    Spirea are one of the first shrubs to leaf out in early spring, and the narrow, dark green leaves set a dramatic backdrop for the delicate clusters of flowers that appear in late spring. This unique shrub has the appearance of a gushing fountain of blushing pink blooms.

    The Spirea is a deciduous plant, and the pointy-tipped and serrated leaves emerge in spring. Then in the fall, the Little Princess Spirea's foliage continues to dazzle by turning a coppery shade of bronze.

    Simply prune this lovely shrub in late winter to early spring when the threat of extreme cold has passed to promote new growth and help maintain its desired size and shape.

    The Little Princess Spirea performs best in full sun, with a moist and well-drained soil of just about any type. This shrub grows fairly quickly, is extremely pest and disease resistant and has a long lifespan.

    Planting this hardy, prolific bloomer in groups of three as an accent in special areas of your outdoor living area really adds a huge impact. It's also quite lovely when planted in borders or used as foundation shrubs.

    Two serious benefits to owning the Little Princess Spirea is that it is deer resistant, and is a serious butterfly lure - so keep your butterfly identification book close at hand.

    With three seasons of color, a multitude of options and no significant negative characteristics, you definitely don't want to miss out on this Little Princess. Order yours today, while they're still in stock.

     
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