Description: Sundrop Spirea will add sunshine to any border. It produces beautiful sprays of pink flowers that stand out against its golden petite foliage. A natural dwarf with a rounded habit, it requires little pruning. The golden foliage holds its golden-yellow color even in summer heat. Sundrop is hardier that most golden spiraea. Sundrop produces best color in full sun. Distinguished by their size, bloom color and season of bloom, spireas all have small leaves and fine, twiggy branches.
Common Name: Sundrop Spirea
Scientific Name: Spiraea ‘Bailcarol’
Type: Perennial, Shrub
Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
Size: 12-15″ height, 2-3″ spread
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Period: Summer
Foliage Color: Golden/Yellow in the Spring and Summer. Red/Orange in the Fall
Landscape Use: Border Plant, Rock Gardens, Landscape Specimen, Accent Plant, Near Water Gardens or Ponds, Mass Planting
Growth Rate: Moderate
Zone: 4 – 8
Companion Plants: Coreopsis, Abelia, Butterfly Bush, Little Zebra Grass, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Dianthus, Blue Rug Juniper, Boxwood, May Night Salvia, Ornamental Grasses. Stop by and visit our garden center and nursery to talk with our staff about other plants in stock.