Spirea. Care, Cultivation, Reproduction. Decorative Flowering. Shrubs. Varieties. Flowers. A Photo

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Spirea. Care, Cultivation, Reproduction. Decorative Flowering. Shrubs. Varieties. Flowers. A Photo
Spirea. Care, Cultivation, Reproduction. Decorative Flowering. Shrubs. Varieties. Flowers. A Photo
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Spirea is an ornamental shrub. In spring, the bushes covered with small white flowers look like they are covered with snow. Flowering shoots are elongated, drooping arched. Choosing spireas with different flowering periods, you can admire them from May to September. For good development and lush flowering, spirea needs fertile, moderately moist soil and sufficiently lit areas. Many species are drought-resistant, winter-hardy and grow rapidly. Propagated by cuttings and root shoots. Plants tolerate shearing well.

Spirea (Spirea)
Spirea (Spirea)

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Varieties

  • Billard. Tall variety (2.5 m). Inflorescences are purple-pink, spike-shaped.
  • Boomald. The variety is undersized (60 cm). Blooms from July to September. Inflorescences are carmine pink.
  • Wangutt. Tall variety (2.5m). It blooms in early spring.
Spirea (Spirea)
Spirea (Spirea)

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Care

The first top dressing is done in mid-May: for ten liters of water, take two tablespoons of nitrophoska and three tablespoons of the organic fertilizer "Flower", stir well and watered ten to twelve liters per bush.

At the beginning of June, a second top dressing is done: in ten liters of water, two tablespoons of Ideal fertilizer or sodium humate are diluted (liquid fertilizers are used), and fifteen liters per bush are consumed.

Spirea (Spirea)
Spirea (Spirea)

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