False Spirea (Spiraea),
Ural Falsespirea, False Goatbeard, Appleberry - Sorbaria
Very hardy native of Japan, member of the Rose family,
Rosaceae. Sorbaria sorbifolia has pinnate leaves, 8 to 12 inches
in length resembling those of the Mountain Ash (Sorbus). Leaves
are dark green with new growth being dark red in color. Fall
color is nondescript, brown or tan. The shrub blooms in summer
(June/July) and bears long 10" pannicle of white blooms followed by
small red berries.
The shrbs thrive under a wide variety of conditions and prefers a
sunny location, though it can tolerate some shade. Heavy pruning
is necessary to keep the shrubs shape and they sucker freely and spread
in this manner. They make attractive specmen, border, or open
The shrubs are easily propagated by means of suckers, sowing seed, or softwood or root cuttings. Seed requires no pre-treatment and should be sown under glass (see Sowing Under Glass for more information).
Hardy to -50F (-45C); height: 10ft. Spread: 10ft.
|#2337 Packet $18.50 Approximately 100 seeds||
|#Bz-2337 Bulk seed 1oz $28.50 Approximately 331875 seeds||
|#B4z-2337 Bulk seed 4oz $48.50 Approximately 1327500 seeds||
|#B1-2337 Bulk seed 1lb $90.50 Approximately 5130000 seeds||
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