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  • GINGER WINE® Ninebark

    The name “ninebark” derives from the peeling mature bark, which makes it look like there are multiple layers of bark on the plant. It is a very appealing winter effect. Ninebark is a rugged native plant that is very useful for cold, exposed landscapes. Ginger Wine® expands the color palette for this species: spring foliage emerges orange then matures to burgundy. It has superior disease-resistance, including resistance to powdery mildew. It adds durable season-long color to landscapes, and can also be used as a cut flower. Physocarpus will tolerate clay soils, and established plants will also tolerate some drought.

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  • SUMMER WINE® Black Ninebark

    Deep purple-black foliage, ‘“ the darkest of any ninebark, ‘“gives Summer Wine® Black a dramatic presence in the landscape. Its semi-dwarf, compact habit and disease-resistant foliage offer outstanding potential for landscapers and homeowners alike.

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  • SUMMER WINE® Ninebark

    The name “ninebark” derives from the peeling mature bark, which makes it look like there are multiple layers of bark on the plant. It is a very appealing winter effect. Ninebark is a rugged native plant that is very useful for cold, exposed landscapes. Summer Wine® combines the dramatic color of Diabolo® with the fine texture and compact branching of ‘Nana’. The compact habit makes it a good choice for residential landscapes. It has superior disease-resistance, including resistance to powdery mildew. It adds durable season-long color to landscapes, and can also be used as a cut flower. Physocarpus will tolerate clay soils, and extablished plants will also tolerate some drought.

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  • TINY WINE® Gold Ninebark

    The name “ninebark” derives from the peeling mature bark, which makes it look like there are multiple layers of bark on the plant. It is a very appealing winter effect. Ninebark is a rugged native plant that is very useful for cold, exposed landscapes. Tiny Wine® Gold has brilliant yellow new growth, small, refined foliage and clusters of white-pink flowers in spring. A little smaller than your average ninebark, it fits well into landscapes and adds durable season-long color to gardens. Physocarpus will tolerate clay soils, and extablished plants will also tolerate some drought.

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  • TINY WINE® Ninebark

    The name “ninebark” derives from the peeling mature bark, which makes it look like there are multiple layers of bark on the plant. It is a very appealing winter effect. Ninebark is a rugged native plant that is very useful for cold, exposed landscapes. Tiny Wine® is smaller than other dwarf varieties in the market, with small, refined leaves. The dark bronze-maroon foliage is colorful all season, and contrasts with the dainty pinkish-white flowers that cover the stems in spring. It has superior disease-resistance, including resistance to powdery mildew. It adds durable season-long color to landscapes. Physocarpus will tolerate clay soils, and extablished plants will also tolerate some drought.

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    FESTIVUS GOLD® Ninebark

    A colorful, dwarf, native plant that has lots of appeal, Festivus Gold® ninebark is an improved ‘Dart’s Gold’ with a chunky, compact growth habit and thicker, heavier stems. The result is a sturdy plant with lots of easy color. It maintains its yellow color throughout the season. It has excellent color, habit, and disease resistance.

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