White shrubs for the spring garden: Te Horo Garden Centre, September 2015

Spirea Nipponica ÔSnowmound'
Spirea Nipponica ÔSnowmound’

Spirea Nipponica ‘Snowmound’

Spirea Nipponica ‘Snowmound’, a deciduous small shrub, dense and upright carries spectacular clusters of white flowers profusely over arching stems. Tolerant, graceful and easy to grow in well drained soil, full sun
to part shade. Prune after flowering. Snowmound Butterflies love it and so will you.

Spiraea prunifolia

Spiraea prunifolia, Bridalwreath
Spiraea prunifolia, Bridalwreath

Spiraea prunifolia, commonly called Bridalwreath is a loose graceful arching deciduous shrub growing to 2m. Double flowers are snowy white. The glossy green leaves turn purplish or reddish in autumn. It flowers mid-spring, around May 5th, and is native to Japan, Korea, and China

Deutzia Nikko

Deutzia Nikko
Deutzia Nikko

Deutzia Nikko is another white spring flowerer suited to small spaces eventually spreading to 5 ft. With gently arching branches covered in profuse brilliant white flowers it is an elite plant in the front of a border, container or cascading over a wall. Deutzia Nikko Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils, with best flowering in full sun.Te Horo Garden Centre

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