- Botanical Name:Spirea bumalda ‘Goldflame’
- Height:24 – 36
- Spacing:2 – 4′
- Spread:2 – 3′
- Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
- Color:Bright pink clusters
- Size:3″ Pot
- Form:Flowering shrub
- Flower Form:a multitude of very small fluffy flowers forming flat clusters
- Growth Rate:slow to get established taking several months, moderate growth there-after
- Pruning:Prune hard in early spring before new growth emerges to encourage vigorous flowering. Prune lightly after flowering is complete to promote reblooming.
- Foliage:Spring leaves are bronze-gold, turning yellow-green with pink edges in summer and coppery orange fall color
A low-maintenance, colorful choice for foundation plantings or hedge, Goldflame Spirea is now available for shipping. Your Goldflame Spirea will arrive in a gallon pot and ready for planting. Growing 3-4 ft. tall with a similar spread, this shrub is noted for its foliage. In the springtime, the leaves emerge bronze-red and mature to yellow-green in the summer. In the fall, they have yellow, orange and copper hues. Clusters of rose-pink blooms cover the plant in late spring to early summer and attract butterflies. Grows best when planted in full sun. Deer tend to avoid. Potted. Zones 4-8.