Fuzzy Deutzia. This is one of the older dependable deciduous flowering shrubs in existence. It is so easy to grow that I think it gets overlooked. It can reach 4-8 ft. in height with a greater spread. It does well in full sun to part shade. It is best used in a shrub border because by late summer the foliage is not anything to write home about. But once established, it thrives on neglect. Periodically, one should remove some of its oldest canes all the way to the ground. Here in zone 8 it flowers with 4-6" cylindrical panicles in late April and early May.