Red Spirea Umbrellas
Spirea is an ornamental shrub. Flowering shoots elongated, hanging down in an arc. Selecting spirea with different flowering periods, you can admire them from May to September. For good development and lush flowering, the spirae needs fertile, moderately moist soil and well-lit areas. Many species are drought tolerant, winter hardy, and grow rapidly. Propagated by cuttings and root shoots. Plants tolerate haircuts well.
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- Billard. The variety is tall (2.5 m). Inflorescences are purple-pink, spiky.
- Bumald. The variety is undersized (60 cm). It blooms from July to September. The inflorescences are carmine pink.
- Wangutt. The variety is tall (2.5m). Blooms in early spring.
The first top dressing is done in mid-May: two tablespoons of nitrophoska and three tablespoons of the organic flower fertilizer “Flower” are taken for ten liters of water, they are well mixed and watered for ten to twelve liters per bush.
In early June, a second top dressing is done: in two liters of water two tablespoons of Ideal fertilizer or sodium humate are bred (liquid fertilizers are used), they spend fifteen liters per bush.