Physocarpus opulifolius

Ninebark

Ninebark blooms for weeks in summer with clusters of white flowers. In fall, its seed clusters are enjoyed by birds. Exfoliating mature bark provides additional winter interest.

Fast-growing, native shrub
Excellent for screening
Interesting bark habit

Item

Description

On Hand

Future

15377 S3-3CG RPM 88 1001
1632 06in 0 0
1633 12in 0 0
1634 18in 0 0
16673 S3-1 RPM 0 0
1630 S3-3 RPM 723 1001

More about Physocarpus opulifolius :

Ninebark's name is derived from habit of mature bark to peel into curls that resemble the number '9'.

Ninebark Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Produced using Forrest Keeling's patented RPM Root Production Method ® technology for exceptional growth and survivability.

Ninebark is a good, native substitute for Bridal Wreath Spirea. Check out new cultivars including 'Coppertina' for enhanced characteristics.

Height:

5-10 Feet

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Spread:

6-10 Feet

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Hardiness Zone:

2 - 7

Great Companion Plants for Physocarpus opulifolius
Characteristics & Attributes
Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Attracts Wildlife
Upland Birds and Game
Butterflies
Songbirds
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Habit
Deciduous
Program
Grow Native!
MSD (Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District)
Plants of Merit
Attributes
Mass Planting
Interesting Bark
Midwest Native
Border or Bed
Naturalizing
Drought Tolerant
Rain Gardens and Bioswales
Erosion Control
Wetlands and Streambank Stabilization