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- proper noun A taxonomic
genuswithin the subfamily Spiraeoideae— the spireas.
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Meadow sweet has an especially proud history because it was used for relieving headaches and in 1897 its painkiller chemicals inspired the synthesis of aspirin – named after the plant's old scientific name, Spiraea.
Included in that vision is the new last fall Spiraea thunbergii ‘Ogon’.
Nasella tenuissima, Sedum acre, Hosta ‘Sunpower’, forget me nots and Spiraea bumaldi ‘Magic Carpet’ in the background are a swirling miasma.
There is an edging of Spiraea bumaldi ‘Magic Carpet’, Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ and bulbs.
Spiraea x bumalda ‘Magic Carpet’ never ceases to delight in the background.
The art of dying well can be seen firsthand, as in this newly purchased Spiraea thunbergia ‘Ogon’.
Standing at the foot of the steps that lead from under the garage deck to the upper gardens the Spiraea bumaldi ‘Magic Carpet’ can be seen turning from golden honey to royal ruby.
The second shot is to show a good pairing for this brilliant orange color, Spiraea bumaldi ‘Magic Carpet’.
The Spiraea bumaldi ‘Magic Carpet’ is positively glowing behind the tool box and wherever it is growing all over the gardens.
Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and muscari dot the slope among the hellebores and Spiraea ‘Magic Carpet’.
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