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Nine Bark Live Stakes is a Showy Blooming, Medium Maintenance Plant
Nine Bark Live Stakes is also known as Physocarpus Opulifolius. Hardy in planting zones 2-8. Growth rate at maturity can reach 5-8 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide. Nine Bark will have a showy white or pink bloom from May to June. This plant is tolerant of some things including drought, erosion, clay soil, dry soil, and even shallow rocky soil. This medium maintenance plant likes more parched soil; Plant in part shade and medium to dry, average soil. However, it will tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions. Prune if needed right after flowering, and if rejuvenation is required, this plant can in winter be cut down to the ground. No real severe disease or pest problems and massed for shrub borders. This plant grows in the harshest of environments. It will have an undistinguished yellow color in the fall months.
Ninebark tree Live Stakes is Easy to Grow and Care for and Adapts to Moist Soil and a Variety of Growing Conditions
It is in the family of Rosaceae, and it is native to North America and North-Eastern Asia. It has multiple stems and spreading branches. It is easy to grow and easy to care, and it adapts to the moist soil, and it can handle many types of growing conditions. It grows 6 to 10 feet tall and wide. This is a four-season shrub. It is a striking yellow color, and has a beautiful clustering flower during spring; yellow-green foliage in the summer; and beautiful golden orange color in fall, and its contrasting tan and red peeling barks have a rejuvenating and refreshing feel on winter setting. The shrub corymb flowers attract bees, birds, and butterflies; that is why used in the landscape like extensive garden used and accents.
Scientific name: Physocarpus Opulifolius
USDA climate zone: 2 to 8
Tree height: 6 to 10 ft. high
Tree spread: 3 feet wide
Soil: Average to moist (Acidic to well-drained soil)
Sun: Partial to Full sun