Spiraea japonica Goldflame (Spiraea)
Genus : Spiraea
Eventual Height :
Eventual Spread :
full sun, south, east, west
Soil Drainage :
moist but well drained
Soil PH :
acid, alkaline, neutral
Spiraea japonica Goldflame is a small shrub providing dazzling foliage. Young leaves first appear in spring and are reddish orange colour, then transform into a bright yellow eventually turning green. Although grown primarily for it's foliage, the flowers are a wonderful rose-pink colour throughout the summer.
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