Pink Minor Deutzia. This is an excellent smallish shrub that is about as carefree as one can get in the garden. It makes a gorgeous mound of only 2-3' high with an equal spread. In April here, it produces a plethora of star-like pale pink flowers in panicles along its pendulous branches. It blends well with mixed shrub and perennial borders. If it ever needs pruning, one should do this directly after flowering, and by cutting it more heavily, one will get a much denser plant. It does well in full sun to part shade in any average garden soil. Picture courtesy of Signature Shrubs, UK.