Steeplebush, Spirea tomentosa, is an easy-to-grow and very pretty but uncommon North American flowering perennial shrub native to wetland areas, which makes it a perfect choice for filling those low-lying areas in the landscape or garden where the soil tends to stay moist to wet. It is admired and enjoyed by gardeners and butterflies and other beneficial pollinators for its showy 8-inch spires of spirea-like soft and fuzzy looking pink to rose-purple flowers that appear from mid summer into fall. The flower spires form atop upright, slender, wand-like copper-color stems clothed in attractive green leaves that turn to a bright reddish-gold in fall. Excellent for garden beds and large container gardens. Get all the details below!