Spiraea japonica 'Goldmound' - Gold Mound Spirea

A hybrid of 'Goldflame', Goldmound Spirea also begins the growing season with foliage that has a reddish hue, but it's a far more muted red. Foliage quickly fades to yellow, and later in the season may even turn a very light green. Flower blooms take the form of large clusters of very small, light pink flowers. Dead-heading may result in additional blooms later in the season. With this shrubs tolerance of most soils, moisture and sun, it's a popular choice among homeowners looking to add some brighness to their landscape.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 3-8

Deciduous

Height: 3'

Spread: 2-4'

Growth Rate: Fast

Soil: Tolerant of most

Bloom Time: Early Summer

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Goldmound Spirea
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Plants Related to Gold Mound Spirea

Spiraea X bumalda 'Goldflame' - Gold Flame Spirea
Spiraea X bumalda 'Anthony Waterer' - Anthony Waterer Spirea
Spiraea X bumalda 'Magic Carpet' - Magic Carpet Spirea

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The information for this plant has been provided by Jeff Pozniak, of The Ground Trades Xchange.