Spiraea japonica · japoninė lanksva

Spiraea bumalda Burv., Spiraea japonica var. alpina Maxim. EN · Japanese meadowsweet, Japanese spiraea DE · Sommerspiere, Japanspiere LV · Japānas spireja PL · tawuła japońska

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiraea_japonica It is a deciduous, perennial shrub native to Japan, China, and Korea. Southwest China is the center for biodiversity of the species. S. japonica is naturally variable in form and there are many varieties of it in the horticulture trade.

A common habitat for S. japonica in general seems to be in riparian areas, bogs, or other wetland habitats. It is found growing along streams, rivers, forest edges, roadsides, successional fields, and power line right-of-ways. It prefers full sun, but can tolerate partial shade.

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