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  • Photo by Ben Legler
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Spiraea douglasii

Douglas' Spirea, Steeple Bush, Rose Spirea, Hardhack

Community: Mountain

Brief Description

Spires of pink extend above a moisture-loving shrub.

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  • Magnificent Pink Flowers
  • Mid-Height Shrub
  • Likes Wet Environments
  • Winter Dormant Texture

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Availability: Temporarily sold out. New inventory is made available in the spring and fall of each year.

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Plant Description and Details

Rosy spires are standout on Douglas' Spirea's soft green leaves. It is most at home where it's moist at home, favoring the edge of water or low-lying, boggy areas. It grows to about man-height, with many stems coming from ground level. Its reddishbark and persistent, browned seed heads, still column-shaped, add a pleasant texture to the landscape after the leaves have fallen.

Common Names Douglas' Spirea, Steeple Bush, Rose Spirea, Hardhack
Community Mountain
Drought Tolerant No
Native Range Pond and meadow edges, generally low-lying bottom-ground from WA to W. MT, south to ID and N. CA.
Native States CA, ID, MT, OR, WA
Hardiness Down to Zone 4
Exposure Sun - Part Shade
Placement Fencelines, pond screens, naturalized meadow plantings.
Mature Height 4 - 6 ft.
Mature Width 4 ft.
Group Spacing 3-6 ft.
Blossom Color Deep Pink
Blooms Summer
Establishment Tips Water at planting and 3-4 times deeply the first summer.
Wildlife Pollinators
Plants Symbol SPDO
Family Name Rosaceae
Lewis & Clark No
 

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