Spiraea Anthony Waterer is an easy to grow hardy shrub that will grow in almost any reasonable moist well drained soil. It can be planted in either an exposed or sheltered position in full sun or part shade. The foliage is reddish when young, occasionally becoming marbled cream and pink late in the season, giving varying interest over a number of months. Pretty domed heads of deep rosy pink flowers are produced throughout the summer months are set off beautifully by the attractive foliageGrowing up to 120cm it requires little pruning which should be done in spring, as it forms buds on new wood produced in the same season. This will also to help maintain its shape but if it has become overgrown it can be cut back hard every few years, but this must only be done in late winter or early spring Full Sun Wildlife Friendly Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
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