Rosey Spirea

Spiraea splendens occasionally called mountain spiraea, dense-flowered spiraea, rose meadowsweet, rosy spiraea, and subalpine spiraea is a mountain shrub found on the west coast of North America from California to British Columbia. It grows at elevations between 2,000 and 11,000 feet on inland mountain ranges. The plant is adapted to cold, moist, rocky slopes. It is a woody shrub rarely reaching a meter in height. It has light green toothed leaves which turn yellow as cold weather approaches. The plant bears fragrant, fuzzy pom-pons of bright rosy pink flowers in the summer. The fruit is a tiny dry pod, no more than one eighth of an inch in length.

Flower Family: Rose
Scientific Name: Spiraea densiflora
Usual Color: Red-pink


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