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Pink Parasols™ Spirea  

 Spiraea fritchiana 'Wilma' 

A first for Korean Spirea : pink blooms! Long prized for its attractive fall color, this adaptable species is now available with fluffy pink flowers. This is a nice alternative to the standard white blooming fritschiana. Durable and adaptable to many sites, PINK PARASOLS is perfect for mass plantings. The extremely large soft pink flowers float like parasols above the attractive bluish-green leaves in the summer. Then fall brings on brilliant orange and red foliage. This plant is also a nice addition to the mixed border, or anywhere that a multi-season, low maintenance plant is needed. Deer-resistant


USDA Zone 4-8
Size:   2 to 3 feet by 3 to 4 feet wide
Full Sun

Extremely large, parasol-like, blooms literally cover this low mounded shrub in early summer to create a remarkable garden show. The soft pink blooms float above the attractive blue-green foliage that is beautiful in its own right.

Big, fluffy, umbrella-like blooms cover this mounded shrub in June. Bluish-green leaves turn a nice yellow- orange color in autumn.

Like other white selections of Korean Spirea, Pink Parasols™ also has outstanding orange red autumn leaf colors.

This is a patented variety and all royalties have been paid.  Patent tag included.  Unauthorized propagation or sale of plant parts for propagation is prohibited by law.

A beautiful touch to add to the landscape!

Container grown in gallon pots shipped semi-bare root. 

Item Name: Pink Parasols Spirea GAL SBR   Item Number: 90052


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Growing Tips
Tolerates a wide range of soil. Easily grown in average, medium moisture, likes well-drained soil. Best if pruned in late fall or early spring. To promote flowering deadhead (remove faded flower clusters.) Deciduous shrubs. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. Follow the label for the recommended rate of application.

Commonly planted in large groups or near roadsides because it is extremely durable. Good in perennial or shrub borders, as a specimen, and as informal hedges or foundation plantings.

Blooms with masses of fluffy pink flowers in early summer. Has outstanding orange and red autumn leaf color. Attracts butterflies.