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Shirobana Spirea

$21.00

SKU: 7987 Categories: ,

Description

An unusual garden shrub in that it features highly attractive flat-topped flowers in combinations of red, pink and white all on the same plant, held above the foliage in early summer; upright and mounded, makes an ideal color accent or garden detail shrub

Shirobana Spirea is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage.

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  • Height3 feet
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  • Growth Ratefast
  • Zone3
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  • Plant Originimport

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A hardiness zone is a geographic area defined as having a certain range of annual minimum temperature, a factor relevant to the survival of many plants. The Canadian Plant Hardiness Zone map (PHZ Map) system defines 9 zones by long-term average annual extreme minimum temperatures. With 0 having the coldest and 9 the warmest. The zone number designated to each plant species corresponds to the extreme minimum temperatures that plant can withstand. Any plant located in a lower zone then its designation has the potential of not surviving the cold months.

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