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Spiraea x vanhouttei



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Spiraea x vanhouttei
Vanhoutte spirea

Primarily rhombic-ovate to rhombic-obovate in shape, the alternate and simple leaves are coarsely serrate to slightly incised on the terminal one-half and entire below. The deep serrations give the leaves a slightly 3-lobed appearance. They are - 1 " long, dull blue-green in color and glabrous with acute apices and bases. The undersides of the leaves are glaucous.

 
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