Goldflame Spirea

Goldflame Spirea exhibits orange to bronze foliage color in the spring.  The foliage transitions from its spring colors to a light lime green color for the summer.  In the fall, the foliage transitions back to orange to bronze foliage color.  The leaves of this plant have a serrated edge.  This spirea boasts dark pink flowers during the summer.

The flowers of this plant can attract butterflies to your property.  This deciduous shrub requires watering during periods of extreme heat and drought.  Goldflame Spirea can be planted as a stand-alone plant or in a hedge. Like other spirea varieties, Goldflame is hardy and works well in a variety of applications. Goldflame Spirea prefers part shade to full sun growing conditions.

Pruning should be done annually to help the plant maintain its shape. Since this is a fast-growing shrub, several prunings a year may be necessary to keep the plant looking good.

Goldflame Spirea

Goldflame Spirea

Spiraea X Bumalda ‘Goldflame’

Plant Details

Flower Color- Dark pink

Foliage Color- Orange to bronze foliage color in the spring turns to lime green foliage in the summer.  Foliage color again turns orange to bronze in the fall.

Zone- 3-8

Height- 2′-3′

Spread- 3′-4′

Light-Part shade to full sun.

Details- Bronze colored foliage in the spring turns green in the summer and back to bronze in the fall.  Dark pink flowers decorate this plant during the summer.

Pruning-  Pruning Goldflame Spirea should be done in the summer when the plant is finished flowering.  This plant can tolerate heavy pruning if needed.  Since Goldflame Spirea naturally grows in a globe form, consider pruning the plant as a globe.

Other Spirea plant options.