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Anthony Waterer Spirea is a low-growing, mounding shrub that produces an abundance of beautiful, fuzzy, pinkish-purple flat-topped flowers from late Spring through Summer. If faded flowers are sheared you can expect a repeat bloom. The flowers are attractive to butterflies. Foliage takes on attractive red hues in Fall.
Anthony Waterer Spirea is useful in the landscape as an accent plant, in small small to large groupings or as a border in landscape beds, islands and foundation plantings. A great choice for flowering shrub borders, colorful natural hedge, erosion control on slopes and embankments, butterfly gardens, and cottage gardens,
Culture & Care Tips
Anthony Waterer Spirea is an exceptionally easy plant to grow in locations that provide well-drained somewhat loose soils and plenty of sun. It is low-maintenance plant that is very drought tolerant once established. Deadheading after flowering will encourage another flush of flowers. Can be hard pruned in late winter to rejuvinate the plant.
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Most Helpful Reviews
It's perfect!!April 6th 2016
The spirea arrived in great condition and wintered well. I'm excited to see the blooms here soon!
Reply from Gardener Direct:
Hi Donna - Thanks for taking the time to provide us and visitors to Gardener Direct with your review. We're very happy to hear that the Spirea arrived in great condition and that you are pleased with it. You should get to see the blooms this summer. Let us know if there's ever anything else we can help you with. We're at your service!
Anthony WatererMay 22nd 2012
first time ordering from you. The plants are healty and very pertty. You need a new delivery service. Fedx of cource delivery them to the wrong address.Had to go to all the neighbors to find them. I will order from you folks again. Thanks Dennis Hensley
Anthony Waterer Spirea One GallonApril 12th 2011
I was totally amazed at the condition of the plant upon arrival. Yes, there were one or two branches that had fallen off but the plant was healthy and it was quickly placed in the ground and looks great.