Spiraea Japonica - Japanische Spirea

Spiraea Japonica - Japanische Spirea

Spiraea japonica - Japanische Spirea

Liste der Dateien und Visuals, die mit diesem Text verknüpft sind.

Die Art wird auf 5 Fuß anwachsen, aber sie ist normalerweise in Landschaften in der Form als eine ihrer Kultivare vorhanden.

Kultivare enthalten: "Little Princess" - dunkelrosa Blüten, eine Höhe von etwa 3 Fuß; var alpina - eine Höhe von 2 Fuß und Ausbreitung von 4 Fuß, sind die rosa Blüten im Sommer bis zum Herbst getragen.

Visuals mit diesem Text verbunden.

Visual Titel - Visuelle GrößeVisual Titel - Visuelle Größe
Spiraea japonica Kleine Prinzessin - 89K
Gehen Sie zum Anfang der Datei-Hauptseite für diese Datenbank

Spiraea Japonica - Japanische Spirea

FAQ - 💬

❓ How big does a Japanese Spirea get?

👉 Japanese spirea comes in variable sizes, depending upon the cultivar. It is typically 2 to 3 feet high and 3 to 5 feet wide, but some cultivars can go up to 5 to 6 feet high and wide. It falls into two categories; spring-blooming and summer-blooming with white or carmine-pink flowers.

❓ Where is the best place to plant a spirea?

👉 full sunThe spirea shrub does best when planted in full sun or light shade. Planting the shrub in full shade results in stunted growth, and a reduction in the number and size of blooms. Position your spirea in an area with well-drained soil, as they do not like wet feet.

❓ Does spirea come back every year?

👉 Spirea is perennial in the sense that it comes back each year. But it is more correctly known as a shrub because its woody branches persist above ground all year round, and in spring, the new growth emerges not from the ground but on those branches.

❓ Is spirea an invasive plant?

👉 Japanese spirea is on the invasive list in many states. It grows rapidly, forming dense stands that create shade and impedes the growth of native plants, thus causing an ecological imbalance. One way to stop the spread of this plant is not to plant it at all.

❓ Can spirea take full sun?

👉 Spireas (Spiraea species) are among the easiest flowering shrubs to grow. These attractive shrubs are fast growing and should be grown in full sun for best flowering. They can, however, tolerate partial shade. Some are spring bloomers; whereas others bloom in the summer.

❓ How do I keep my spirea small?

👉 In the spring, after the first blooms are spent, cut the dead flowers back by trimming spirea's stem tips back to the topmost leaf on each stem. Throughout the summer, the plants shape can be maintained by cutting back overgrown spirea shoots or stems as well as any dead or diseased branches.

❓ Can I cut my spirea to the ground?

👉 Fall is the time for the most severe pruning of spirea. With sharp shears, cut each stem back to about 8 inches (20 cm.) from the ground. Don't worry that the plant won't bounce back.

❓ Do spirea lose their leaves in winter?

👉 All Spireas are deciduous and lose their leaves in the winter. Most bloom between March and May in our area. Some varieties will produce a second set of flowers if the worn out blooms are pruned off.

❓ Does spirea need to be cut back in winter?

👉 More drastically cutting back spirea should occur in the fall or in late winter to early spring. Remove any dead branches and use this trimming to shape the shrub. Cutting it way back will stimulate new growth in tighter clusters so that you can get a more rounded, compact shrub shape.

❓ How long does a spirea live?

👉 Planting & Growing Goldmound Spirea will grow to be about 3 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 4 feet. It tends to fill out right to the ground and therefore doesn't necessarily require facer plants in front. It grows at a fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 20 years.

❓ Do spirea bushes have deep roots?

👉 The depth of the roots really depends on the height. For example, an old fashioned bridal wreath spirea that is 10' x 20' will have roots about 30” deep. A smaller maturing one, Sundrop, will have roots close to 12-18” deep.

Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

Video-Anleitung: Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess' - Little Princess Japanese Spirea | Summer Flowering Shrub.

Teilen Sie Mit Ihren Freunden
Kommentar Hinzufügen