Spirea, Gold Mound


Description:  Gold Mound Spirea provides an exceptional accent or contrast in your foundation planting or shrub border. Brilliant foliage holds its light chartreuse-green color all season long. Flushes of pink flowers appear in June and July. The shrub maintains a neat appearance with little or no pruning. Produces best color in full sun. Once established, they are drought tolerant.

Common Name:  Gold Mound Spirea

Scientific Name:  Spiraea japonica 'Gold Mound'

Type:  Perennial, Shrub

Exposure:  Full Sun

Size:  2-3' height, 3-4' spread

Bloom Color:  Light Pink

Bloom Period:  Summer

Foliage Color:  Yellow

Landscape Use:  Accent, Border, Edger, Entryway, Foundation, Garden Pond, Landscape Beds, Mass Planting, Median Strips, Outdoor Living Areas, Perennial Garden, Shrub Border, Small Groups

Soil:  Well-Drained

Growth Rate:  Fast

Zone:  4 - 9

Companion Plants:  Boxwood, Summer Wine Ninebark, Juniper, Arborvitae, Barberry, Abelia, Juniper, Hollies, Maiden Grass, Pampas Grass, Daylily, Sedum, Dianthus


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