How to most effectively use spirea in the landscape design of your site: 40 photos

The blooming beauty of spirea looks very impressive and therefore it is indispensable for decorating garden plots of any size and style. With the help of this decorative shrub, landscape designers create lush hedges of openwork, luxurious compositions in combination with other plants or planted as tapeworms. Snow-white bloom in spring or pink cloud in summer, interweaving of branches and elegant crown of this wonderful shrub will never be superfluous.

General principles of placement

It is no coincidence that Spirea is so popular. In addition to beautiful flowering, and at different times, the plant is undemanding in care. The different color of inflorescences and leaves, the shape of the crown and the height of the bushes - these are not all the positive qualities of spirea. The shrub can be used in landscape design as you like.

Hedgehog from Japanese Spirea "Goldflame":

Gray Spirea in the garden:

Japanese Spirea Golden Elf:

Spirea with conifers in a landscape composition:

Spirea and hydrangea in the garden:

A wide variety of planting options allow the use of spirea both in large parks and in summer cottages.

Japanese Spirea Golden Elf:

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Spirea on the curbs

Narrow strips of spirea borders beautifully fringe garden paths and flower beds in parks and gardens. In small household plots, borders can be used as hedges. It is best to draw borders with Japanese spirea - this is a low shrub with dense and dense foliage of various shades.

Spirea in mixborders

Spirea can be planted in mixborders both in the foreground and in the background thanks to a huge selection of its varieties and varieties. Shrubs are placed in continuous rows, dotted, alternating them with other plants, or placed as point accents.

Against the background of the shrub, bright flowers look favorably, and some types of spirea, such as nippon or gray, can themselves be a contrasting element in the mixborder.

Spirea Nippon Snowmound:

Gray Spirea "Grefshaym":

Spirea on flower beds and flower beds

Spirea is magnificent not only as a tapeworm or hedge, but also on flower beds and flower beds of any size. The shrub is especially beautiful during flowering, but its dense crown with original leaves looks no worse. With the help of spirea, you can create additional volume in the landscape composition.

Spirea on a flower bed in silver style:

In addition to flower beds, the shrub looks good in the company of trees as a bright accent or undergrowth.

Spirea, without a doubt, is an important element in the design of the landscape. The shrub does not require special care and does not need frequent pruning. At the same time, the plant tolerates shaded areas and sparse watering well. Pay attention to this wonderful shrub and plant it in your garden.


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