Several spiraeas areand most are easily grown in ordinary garden . Plant from September to March.
, 6 to 8 ft., popularly called the bridal wreath, as its thin twigs are wreathed in small white in May.
S. japonica Anthony Waterer, 3 to 4 ft., flat heads of carmine flowers from July to August; must be pruned hard in April.
S. prunifolia plena, 6 ft., bears small double white flowers on its slender twigs in May. Good autumn colour.
S. thunbergii, 5 ft., bears white flowers in April, and is grown for the scarlet and orange colour of its leaves in autumn.