3 years to reach maturity
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False Spiraea Overview
Sorbaria is a small genus of about 9 species of large deciduous shrubs from temperate areas of Asia belonging to the rose family, Rosaceae. They have dainty, often toothed pinnate leaves and spirea-like flowers, hence their common name false-spirea. Cultivated varieties are grown for their leaf colouring that changes year-round and erect panicles of usually white flowers. They spread by suckering and can turn into dense thickets if not controlled.
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Grown for their foliage and large panicles of small, white flowers.