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Steve Stash of Dove Creek Nursery restored the garden to its original style as dictated by landscaper John Grant, who created experiences through a series of terraces with plantings of sedum, geranium, hosta, foxglove, heather and spirea.
Wright and others adopted pieces, from erecting pavilion-like structures to planting goldflame Japanese spirea.
That disease may attack any member of the rose family, including hawthorns, mountain ash and spirea as well as apples, pears and of course roses.
Like Little Princess spirea, this popular plant was given a misleading name.
Reaching 5-12 feet, the growth habit of ninebark is a loose mound similar to a large spirea and does well incorporated into a shrub border or natural planting.
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