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Bridal wreath spireas can be pruned after flowering. Japanese and bumald spireas must be pruned in early spring for best flowering. Dead, broken and diseased branches can be removed at any time. More »

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The Vanhoutte spirea, or S. vanhouttei, commonly known as a bridal wreath spirea, is a flowering, deciduous shrub native to China, Canada and the United States. The Vanhoutte spirea is a hybrid cross between the Three-lo... More »

Dwarf spirea plants are shrubs that form spreading mounds that flower in summer and early fall. The color of the foliage and the flowers depends on the variety. The flowers range from pink, white and red, and the foliage... More »

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Spirea bushes are ornamental plants that boast small, colorful flowers. In order to encourage growth and healthy plants, prune your bushes by following a few simple tips. All you will need are pruning shears and a bleach... More »

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Prune spirea immediately after the spring bloom season, according to SFGate. Pruning can make some spirea varieties have a second bloom season. Spirea grows in USDA Hardiness Zones of 5 to 9. More »

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Common spireas for landscaping include the tall, wide-spreading Vanhoutte or bridal wreath spirea, the medium-sized Japanese and dwarf spireas, and the low-growing bumald spirea. Each of these species has many cultivars,... More »

Plant a new hydrangea bush either in the early summer or fall. If moving an established hydrangea, plant it in the winter when it is dormant. More »

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