Spirea ‘Little Princess’
Spireas have long been a popular choice for the landscape, and the Little Princess Spirea is a dwarf variety with a neatly rounded habit, small bright green leaves and masses of pink flowers in May and June. Repeat blooms later in summer with light shearing following the first bloom. A very low-maintenance plant, Spireas are adaptable to a variety of soil conditions and environments. Best if planted in full sun.
Spiraea japonica 'LIttle Princess'
Prefers average to moist, well-drained soil, rich in organic matter. Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep root system.
Rounded, compact habit
Small, rounded bright green leaves turn yellow in fall.
Pink flower clusters bloom in May-June.