Spiraea japonica ‘Anthony Waterer’

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Hardy Shrub

Would you like to have a pink flowering shrub in your garden that is super hardy? Spiraea japonica ‘Anthony Waterer’ may be just what you’re looking for and this plant is super resilient! In the Demo Garden, I’ve transplanted it three different times over the years. It’s probably 18 years old by now and still full and healthy. People tend to underestimate how much to prune this Spiraea. Some gardeners have never pruned it. I prune this Spiraea twice a year, once in late winter (end of February or so) and again after it blooms. There is more to know about the pruning and care of Spiraeas. Contact Mary when you’re ready to know more about caring for your shrubs and other plants. 707.545.6863.

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