Spiraea Hedging

Spiraea is a popular shrub for gardens across the country due to its easy to grow nature. Among the easiest flowering shrubs to grow, spiraeas are often used in foundation plantings, as hedges, and in perennial gardens.

Most spiraeas bloom in late spring to midsummer. Flower colours include pink, red and white, depending on the variety. Some types have colourful autumn foliage. Size depends on the species and variety, and can range from 2 to 10 feet tall and wide.

Spiraeas are small to medium sized deciduous shrubs that produce cascades of flowers in spring and summer. You can find the Spiraea plants we currently have available below.

Alternatively, if you require more information before making a purchase, get in touch with one of our specialist team members who will be happy to help.

Types of Spiraea Hedging

  • Spiraea Japonica Anthony Waterer Hedging

    A tough and hardy shrub with elongared green foliage, red tinged when young and occasionally mottled with cream and pink. Deep rosy pink flower heads appear throughout the summer.

  • Spiraea Japonica Goldflame Hedging

    Colourful golden foliage with rosy pink flower heads that appear through the summer months, a fantastic little plant with many uses including as a small, colourful hedge.

  • Spiraea Japonica Shirobana Hedging

    Also known as the 'Josephs Coat' Spiraea, both white and pink flowe heads appear on the same plant through the summer months making this plant a real talking point.

  • Spiraea Nipponica Snowmound Hedging

    One of the best spring flowering shrubs, dense arching growth that is smothered in clusters of pure white flowers in early summer. Tough and easy to grow in a wide range of situations.