Spirea japonica ‘Goldflame’

This shrub blooms clusters of tiny pink flowers from late spring to mid summer, removing faded clusters (or light shearing) will help to encourage additional blooms.

Landscape Plant Description

If pruning is needed, it should be done in the late winter to early spring because it flowers on new wood. This spirea is notable for its great heat tolerance.

Landscape Plant Features

Common Name Goldflame Spirea
Cultivar or Variety Goldflame
Height 3-4 ft
Spread 3-4 ft
Texture Medium
Form Upright; Mounded
Insects Resistant
Disease Resistant