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False Spiraea - Sorbaria sorbifolia (latin)

Geographical origins: Siberia, East of Asia.
Adult size: Height up to 3m, spread up to 2m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Moist to wet and rich.
Climate: Hardy to -20°C.
Site: Partial shade to full sun.


Characteristics and uses:
The False Spiraea is a small, easy to grow shrub easy. Its highly indented leaves look like the Mountain Ash or Whitebeam leaves. However, its small dimensions make it an ideal candidate for flowering beds or informal hedges. It blossoms abundantly from the end of May right through to September offering a magnificent show of white inflorescences. Easy to look after, you nevertheless need to be careful as the False Spiraea has a tendency to produce suckers.

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