Spirea Goldflame 2

Goldflame Spirea’s foliage provides a three-season, color-changing display. New leaves start bronze in spring, and turn yellow with a light pink edging in summer. In the fall, they turn an attractive, coppery orange. Give this remarkable coloration the spotlight in borders and garden beds that receive sun to part shade. In early to midsummer, and again in early fall, bunches of bright pink blooms appear, luring in masses of butterflies. Deer tend not to eat spirea. Spiraea x bumalda ‘Goldflame’
  • Botanical Name:

    Spirea bumalda ‘Goldflame’

  • Form:
    Flowering shrub
  • Sun Exposure:
    Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Height/Habit:
    24 – 36 inches
  • Spread:
    24 – 36 inches
  • Spacing:
    24 – 36 inches
  • Hardiness Zone:
  • Flowering Date:
    Early to mid summer and again in fall, if pruned.
  • Planting Instructions:
    Set at the same level it is growing at in the container, firm soil well and water thoroughly
  • Winter Care:
  • Growth Rate:
    slow to get established taking several months, moderate growth there-after
  • Flower Color:
  • Flower Form:
    a multitude of very small fluffy flowers forming flat clusters
  • Foliage Type:
    Spring leaves are bronze-gold, turning yellow-green with pink edges in summer and coppery orange fall color
  • Resistance:
    Deer Resistant
  • Pruning:
    Prune hard in early spring before new growth emerges to encourage vigorous flowering. Prune lightly after flowering is complete to promote reblooming.
  • Soil Requirement:
    well drained garden soil
  • Watering Requirement:
    Check soil weekly for moisture. Water thoroughly when dry