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'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

The name of my spirea is "Little Princess."

It has pink to rose-crimson colored flowers in late spring through summer.

Spirea is a deciduous flowering shrub and there are many different varieties.

Spirea shrubs are very easy to grow and has no particular pests.

They prefer well-drained, deep moist soil. Full sun. Tolerates heat. Very showy.


By Sandra Hemstock


'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

I have also found that deer leave this shrub alone. I like the 'little princess' spirea also. I live in zone 3 and have no problem growing many different kinds of spireas here. (06/11/2005)

By valleyrimgirl

'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

Wow i love your spirea it is so big . (06/11/2005)


'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

WOW, that shrub is beautiful. I'm so glad you posted a picture because I have a shrub that died over this winter and I need a replacement. Now I know what to put in that spot. (06/12/2005)

By Roberta

'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

So beautiful and I want it! Thanks for showing us Sandra! (07/07/2005)

By Anonymous

'Little Princess' Spirea Shrub In My Garden

I love this and want one for our garden bed ! Now to find one to trade or buy ! Thanks for the great article and picture. (05/09/2007)

By Allison


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