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Answer: I think the site is perfect for Spirea. Most spirea work well in almost any situation. That is for hedges, ornamentals and foundation plantings inter-mixed with a wide variety of flowering shrubs or evergreens. Most will have intermittent blooms after the primary blooming period. Because of a wide selection in both flower and foliage colors, they are truly an excellent addition to any landscape.

Spirea, Bridalwreath: (Spiraea prunifolia) An old time favorite, growing 6-9' tall. Blooms abundantly in early spring with double white flowers on arching branches. Foliage is deep blue-green. Does well in full or partial sun.

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