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RE: Shirobana Spirea

Thanks Zem-- I am always leery when they advertise three color blooms on the
same plant at the same time... kinda reminds me of those newspaper ads...


> I have one of those, Donna.  It's one of my foundation plantings along
> with
> Weigela, Abelia and Deutzia.  I have never done anything to/for it.  It's
> a
> small, mounded shrub that does have blooms in three colors.  I have never
> paid any attention to whether they start out differently or if the color
> changes over time like the Hibiscus mutabilis.  It's really a care-free
> plant for me.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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