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Ash Leaf Spirea

Sorbaria sorbifolia ‘Sem’

Ash leaf spirea are durable and attractive throughout the growing season.  The fern shaped new foliage emerges red or bronze and turns green in the summer.  The stems are pink and the flowers are large, white, compound blooms that attract pollinators.  The best flower display is in spring with some reblooming in the summer.  It is good for naturalizing but generally stays about 6 feet wide.  It prefers full sun and can take some shade.  This shrub doesn’t have any serious pest or disease problems.

3-4′ Tall  3-6′ Wide

Full to partial sun

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