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Spiraea nipponica 'Snowmound'
Snowmound Nippon Spirea

The subtle fruits of Snowmound Spirea are not ornamentally significant, and can be easily shattered in Winter by pulling upward along each stem with a gloved hand. The narrowly obovate, notched foliage of Snowmound Spirea matures to blue-green by mid-Summer, but has green to chartreuse fall color.


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