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I have already said several times, the spirea responds very well to.





Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8.



Mar 02, More drastically cutting back spirea should occur in the fall or in late winter to early spring. Remove any dead branches and use this trimming to shape the shrub. Cutting it way back will stimulate new growth in tighter clusters so that you can get a more rounded, compact shrub shrubchopping.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Jun 23, The right time to prune the species that bloom in spring is after flowering, ie late spring. Those spireas that bloom during the summer: in this second case there is the false spirea, and it must be pruned before the growth of spring shrubchopping.pwted Reading Time: 8 mins.





May 03, It blooms in late spring to early summer, with dense, flattish clusters of clean white flowers, borne on arching stems.

To renovate year-old bushes, you may need to take some drastic action (trimming will not be sufficient) that will result in a couple more years of.



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Nov 28, Trim back overgrown spireas or those that produced sparse foliage on the lower stems severely in fall after the foliage begins to fall off, to keep the shrubs.

Aug 23, Propagate cuttings from your spirea in early spring by snipping 4 to 8 inches off a fast-growing stem tip and rooting it in a sandy potting mix.

Oct 25, This feeding can be done either in the fall or in early spring. To apply the fertilizer just sprinkle the granules around the base of your spirea. If you overfeed your spirea you can end up burning the plant, which can kill it. 4. Failing to Deadhead Your Spirea. Deadheading is the process of cutting off flowers that have faded.

This process isn’t a requirement for the spirea, but it can be very beneficial.





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