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 Spireas are some of the most popular deciduous landscape shrubs, including the attractive Goldflame spirea (Spiraea japonica 'Goldflame'). This compact flowering shrub is particularly beloved for its colorful foliage that offers contrast to the basic greens predominantly found in most landscape shrubs.

Its oval leaves begin as a bronze-red color when they emerge in the spring and then transition to a bright yellow-green in the summer before finally turning an attractive copper-orange in the fall before dropping from the plant for winter. Clusters of pink flowers appear in the early summer, and the shrub sometimes blooms again later in the summer.

Goldflame spirea has a moderate to fast growth rate and should be planted in the spring or fall. 

Common Name Goldflame spirea
Botanical Name Spiraea japonica 'Goldflame'
Family Rosaceae
Plant Type Shrub
Mature Size 3–4 ft. tall, 3–4 ft. wide
Sun Exposure Full, partial
Soil Type Loamy, well-drained
Soil pH Acidic, neutral
Bloom Time Summer
Flower Color Pink
Hardiness Zones 4–8 (USDA)
Native Area Cultivar, no native range