Spiraea Japonica Anthony Waterer
Spiraea Japonica Anthony Waterer is a compact growing shrub with many small, elegant reddish flowers that decorate the shrub in the summer months. There are over 80 different species. The spireas belong to the rose family. The red summer spar 'Anthony Waterer' reaches a total height of 50 to 100cm and a width of about 40 to 60cm. The leaves have an oval to elliptical shape and grow to about 4cm long. The panicles attached to the flowers have a length of about 15cm. The shrub grows bush-like with many shoots.
What are the requirements of a red dwarf lily?
Anthony Waterer is perfect for use as a hedge or as a free-standing shrub in the garden. With the Spiraea Japonica Anthony Waterer you are planting an all-rounder in your garden that is second to none.
Spiraea is a low-maintenance red summer lime.
The flowering period lasts up to 4-5 months. During this phase, the shrub constantly produces new inflorescences. In autumn the foliage turns reddish brown. As this garden plant flowers on new wood, it is best to prune the plants to 15cm above the ground each year, so it can reach its growth height of about 60cm again after budbreak. Spring pruning is best done as early as March to avoid the early flowers possibly falling victim to pruning. If you prune the plant back a little after the first flowering, you will be rewarded with a second flowering season in late summer.
Planting and care of Spiraea japonica Anthony Waterer
Choose a sunny to semi-shady location and a garden soil that is as air-permeable and nutrient-rich as possible for this garden plant. Spiraea are considered shallow rooted plants. The flowering is strongly dependent on the amount of sunlight. Normally, any ordinary garden soil is sufficient for spiraea to develop well. Otherwise, make sure that the soil is well-drained and moist. Waterlogging should be prevented. It is very robust and is rarely affected by diseases. Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' can be planted all year round, only if the ground is frozen and the summer heat is above 30°C you should choose another time. The dwarf spar is frost-hardy and can tolerate temperatures down to -23°C and does not need much winter protection. It can also be combined well with other species and forms a beautiful uniform area. Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' is often found in parks and green spaces as well as in private gardens. It is mainly used as a solitary or as an ornamental hedge. However, it is also very attractive when planted on slopes. In public gardens, red summer orchid also unfolds its full flowering splendour.
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For one square metre we recommend buying about 3 plants, for a running metre of hedge 3 - 4.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' all year round.
|Botanical name:||Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer'|
|Colloquial name:||Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer'|
|Growth form:||bushy, compact|
|Mature height:||up to 80 cm|
|Growth:||up to 40cm|
|Leaf color:||green, lightgreen|
|Autumn leaf color:||yellow / brown|
Blossom / fruit
|Blossom:||flower panicles, conspicuous, large|
|Flowering period:||june to july|
|Flowering period:||all year round|
|Requirement:||3 plants per m², 3 - 4 plants meter per lineal|
|Use for:||ground cover plant, hedge plant|
|Ships as:||in pot|