Spiraea douglasii subsp. douglasiiSpiraea douglasii subsp. douglasii

Common Name: Spiraea douglasii subsp. douglasii

Bloomtime: Summer

Bloomcolor: Pink to purple

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Height: 1.2-1.8 m (4-6ft)

Spread: 0.9-1.8 m (3-6ft)

Spacing: 0.9-1.8 m (3-6ft)

Water: Medium to Wet

Hardiness: zones 5-8

Zone: 3

Deer Resistant: rarely damaged by deer

Attracts Butterflies: attracts bees, butterflies and other wildlife

Drought Tolerant: not drought tolerant

Characteristics: A dense, thicket-forming shrub, native to the Pacific Northwest., Bears clusters of fuzzy pink to purple flowers in summer., Tolerates moist to wet soil and periodic flooding.,