Mountain Spray, Rock Spiraea
The most widely sold species are Western natives that are similar in appearance to closely related Spiraea. Nodding, branched clusters of many small, creamy white flowers at the branch tips in late spring or early summer make quite a show and attract birds. Flowers age to tannish gold and remain attractive for a long time. Prune by thinning after the flowers have turned brown and the clusters have withered. Use these shrubs in native plantings or rural low-maintenance gardens where they can fend for themselves.Holodiscus dumosus
Native to the eastern slopes of the Cascades of Oregon and to shady canyons in the Rockies from Wyoming southward. Generally smaller than H. discolor (may reach 15 ft. tall in good conditions), with narrower, shorter flower clusters (to 7 in. long). Coarsely toothed leaves less than 1 in. long.
Native to high plains and mesas from eastern Oregon and California to North Dakota, and south to north...
Bushy growth to 1 1/2 ft. high and wide, with profuse, narrow, shiny green leaves. Blossoms of ‘...
This deciduous tree or shrub is native to Nevada, Arizona, and east to Colorado and New Mexico. Slow g...