Spiraea splendens

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October 28, 2021

Spiraea splendens is a species of Magnoliopsida described by Constantin Auguste Napoléon Baumann and Karl Heinrich Koch. Spiraea splendens belongs to the genus Spiraea, and the family Rosaceae. This species of the Family Rosaceae is native to the western mountains of North America, from California to British Columbia. It is often called rose meadowsweet, subalpine spiraea, and mountain spiraea. It is usually found at altitudes of 2,000 to 11,000 feet inland. This plant lives in rugged, rugged, rocky mountains, subalpine forests and rural areas. The only subspecies is S. s. rosea.

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