Physocarpus opulifolius

Physocarpus opulifolius


Prairie Ninebark Category:


Quantities are limited, please check before placing order. Soil: Hydric(Moist), Mesic(Medium),Xeric(Dry) Sun: Full to shade Height: 3′-10′ Color: White Blooms: June Flowers:  White clusters Leaves: Deciduous, the leaves are alternate, simple and ovate to round.

Suggested Uses:

This shrub is fast growing and is resistant to disease and insect damage. It has a nice yellow fall color and its persistent fruits are of interest. It grows in a variety of soil moisture levels and sun exposures making this one versatile shrub!

Interesting Facts

Medicinal Uses: Food Uses: Other Uses:  Attractive to bird. More Info:  Grows best in clay and loam soils. Folklore: Name: Named for its bark which falls off in strips, revealing new bark beneath. It has “nine lives”. Other Names: USDA Plants Database profile page

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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