If you're looking for a shrub with both colorful flowers and colorful foliage, you've come to the right place! Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' blooms from June to September with umbelliferous flowers. The color of the flowers is dark red to pink and appear at the top of the stems. The flowers change color as they age.
The Spiraea Anthonius Waterer is a very easy and sturdy garden plant and is therefore often planted in public green areas. The shrub is very suitable for border planting or as a low separation. This plant is also very suitable for planting through a border. Spiraea prefers slightly moist soil in sun or partial shade. When planting, make sure the soil is well loosened. Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' flowers on the new shoots. Therefore, prune the entire plant in spring with the back to 15cm above the ground. In this way, the garden plant retains its compact shape and the new shoots provide new branches with a very rich bloom in summer. Flowering also lasts longer this way. This plant is not poisonous. stems appear. The stems of the plant grow to a height of about 60cm. The flowers change hue as they age.
When delivered, the plants have a height of 25 to 40cm (measured incl. pot). The plants are delivered in pots with a diameter/diameter of 17cm.