Holodiscus discolor

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Holodiscus discolor, Maxim. (Spiraea discolor, Pursh. Sericotheca discolor, Rydb.). Fig. 1846. Shrub, to 20 ft., with slender, arching branches: lvs. ovate or oblong, truncate or narrowed at the base, pinnately lobed, lobes dentate or nearly entire, usually glabrous above, pubescent or tomentose beneath, ½ -3 in. long: fls. creamy white, small, in ample drooping panicles 3-9 in. long. July. Brit. Col. to Calif., east to Idaho and Mont. Gn. 45, p. 56; 47, p. 188; 49, p. 104; 50, p. 278; 63, p. 195; 74, p. 41; 76, p. 556. G.C. III. 25:21; 32: suppl. Oct. 11. G.W. 8, p. 302. G.F. 4:617. G. 25: 363. B.R. 1365. R.H. 1906, p. 440.—The typical form has the Iva. whitish tomentose below; var. ariaefolius, Aschers. & Graebn. (Spiraea ariaefolia, Sm.), which is the commonly cult, form, has the lvs. grayish green and pubescent below.

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