Fall foliage can provide steaks of orange and reds amid the golden foliage.
As with all summer blooming spireas, Goldmound needs a heavy pruning two or three times their first two seasons. They grow so fast they are a bit leggy the first and sometimes second season so pruning keeps them bushy and in shape but I have found by the third season they generally keep the nice mounded shape on their own.
Garden Locations: Kitchen Patio Garden, Bird Sanctuary Garden, East Garden, Woodland Garden. Most are mass planted, often curving around larger shrubs such as Euonymus alatus (Burning Bush) or Red Prince Weigela.