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Double Play Candy Corn Spirea
Double Play Candy Corn Spirea
Double Play Candy Corn Spirea
Double Play Candy Corn Spirea

Double Play Candy Corn Spirea

$39.99

Meet the newest and most colorful Proven Winners spirea, Double Play® Candy Corn®. The show starts in early spring when the new growth emerges bright candy apple red. As it matures, it turns pineapple yellow, and the new growth continues to emerge bright orange all season. Top it off with dark purple flowers in late spring/early summer, and you've got a display you really have to see to believe.

Care
We've found that Spirea grow best in sun that is strong but not so strong that the roots on this plant get dried out. Spirea is a popular plant because it is blissfully low maintenance, and Double Play Candy Corn is no exception. It naturally takes on a nice, rounded habit without pruning. If you wish, you can give it a trim after the flowers fade, which will encourage even more colorful new growth.
Growth Habit
Candy Corn blooms in early summer or late spring but the foliage is as fascinating as the blooms. It usually gets to 18" high x 2.5′ wide at maturity.
Toxicity

Double Play® spiraea are typically ignored by deer and even rabbits.


 

Meet the newest and most colorful Proven Winners spirea, Double Play® Candy Corn®. The show starts in early spring when the new growth emerges bright candy apple red. As it matures, it turns pineapple yellow, and the new growth continues to emerge bright orange all season. Top it off with dark purple flowers in late spring/early summer, and you've got a display you really have to see to believe.

We've found that Spirea grow best in sun that is strong but not so strong that the roots on this plant get dried out. Spirea is a popular plant because it is blissfully low maintenance, and Double Play Candy Corn is no exception. It naturally takes on a nice, rounded habit without pruning. If you wish, you can give it a trim after the flowers fade, which will encourage even more colorful new growth.
Candy Corn blooms in early summer or late spring but the foliage is as fascinating as the blooms. It usually gets to 18" high x 2.5′ wide at maturity.

Double Play® spiraea are typically ignored by deer and even rabbits.