Nine Bark Hydrangea

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Ninebark - Physocarpus - is a species of plant that offers unlimited variety when it comes to vibrant colors and usage, making it a suitable option for all your aesthetic as well as functional values

It is a multi-purpose deciduous flowering shrub commonly utilized in landscape design. It derives its name from its distinctive exfoliating bark as it comes off in thin sections as the branches grow and gives the tree its remarkable appearance. It is a shrub with a gritty surface that bears bright yellow, green, or crimson leaves 2–4 inches long and grows in a tumbling pile to provide strikingly colorful foliage. Late spring brings clusters of white flowers or pink buds, and the plant develops red fruit around late summer and fall, which birds typically consume. 

It is used in landscaping for various purposes, including specimen planting, foundation planting, hedging, screening, and erosion control on slopes. The common Ninebark comes in many sizes, featuring mature heights varying between 5 to 10 feet and spreads ranging from 6 to 8 feet. There are other dwarf kinds, which grow to be just 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. It is more suitable to grow this shrub in the early spring when the plant is still dormant, as with many other shrubs.

This shrub enjoys moderate to mildly acidic soil, although it can grow in slightly alkaline soils as well if required. It is tolerable to many soil types, including clay and loam, and poor and rugged soil as long as it is well-draining. Its natural habitat comprises stream banks, slopes, and moist thickets. Because of its exceptional hardiness and dependability, this deciduous shrub is a favorite of cold-climate gardeners around. It is a part of the rose family, which contains other plants such as hawthorns, spirea, and various fruit shrubs and trees.

Zone: 2 to 8

Sun exposure: Full sun, partial shade

Height at maturity: 3 to 10 feet in height, 3 to 8 feet in width

Water requirements: Its water needs are generally minimal, but it can deal with poor drainage and periodic floods if required. It is a robust, drought-tolerant shrub that thrives in arid conditions when developed.

Best time to harvest: May to June

Ship as: Bare root

Ninebark Shrubs Originating from North America, the ninebark shrub blooms throughout the year


These trees blossom beautifully in the spring, have brightly colored leaves in the early summer, have beautiful dramatic fall color, and feature lovely exfoliating bark in a winter setting. These shrubs are popular in gardens because of their rapid growth and visually attractive winter bark. While these shrubs are typically purple-foliaged, new additions in the cultivars also feature gold, amber, and burgundy foliage. Certain types even change color as they mature.

These shrubs offer a large number of cultivars. Some of them include the following:

  • 'Summer Wine' Ninebark

  • 'Dart's Gold' Ninebark

  • Little Devil Ninebark

  • 'Coppertina' Ninebark

  • 'Center Glow' Ninebark

  • 'Diablo' Ninebark

  • 'Amber Jubilee' Ninebark

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