An old favorite making a comeback
Often called “Bridal Wreath,” this spirea boasts graceful arching branches and clusters of white flowers.
A lot of head-turning beauty without a lot of work
Reeves Spirea is one of the classic heralds of spring, when the arching limbs are covered in clusters of eye-catching single or double white flowers. It’s also very easy to grow, with superior drought, heat, and cold tolerance—plus, a high resistance to insects, disease, and deer. Butterflies, on the other hand, can’t resist it!
Growing in a rounded mound of graceful branches up to 6 feet tall, it holds its own as a centerpiece or grouped for a natural hedge. Pro tip? Use it to soften corners or fill those challenging areas between widely spaced windows.
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Sunlight Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Growing Rate: Rapid
Mature Height: 4-6ft.
Mature Spread: 3-5ft.
Bloom Color: Pink, white
Foliage Color: Green