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Ninebark - Dark purple, almost-black foliage makes Ninebark a must-have shrub for your garden. This easy-care plant is as tough as it is beautiful, standing up to heat, drought, and winter cold. It also has few insect or disease problems. In midsummer the plants develop ball-like heads of purplish-white flowers. There are also varieties with chartreuse, bronze, or green leaves. Ninebark thrives in Zones 3-7.

Ninebark - Dark purple, almost-black foliage makes Ninebark a must-have shrub for your garden. This easy-care plant is as tough as it is beautiful, standing up to heat, drought, and winter cold. It also has few insect or disease problems. In midsummer the plants develop ball-like heads of purplish-white flowers. There are also varieties with chartreuse, bronze, or green leaves. Ninebark thrives in Zones 3-7.

Click to view full-size photo of Little Devil Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil') at The Mustard Seed

Click to view full-size photo of Little Devil Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil') at The Mustard Seed

Name: Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine’ Growing Conditions: Sun Size: 3–4 feet tall and wide Zones: 3–7 Source: Proven Winners

Name: Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine’ Growing Conditions: Sun Size: 3–4 feet tall and wide Zones: 3–7 Source: Proven Winners

Summer Wine Nine Bark. Shrubs in the front yard - use again in the back. Grows very quickly and full (5x7ft+).

Summer Wine Nine Bark. Shrubs in the front yard - use again in the back. Grows very quickly and full (5x7ft+).

In addition to its striking presence in the garden, Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diablo’s’ leaves and branches add sophisticated beauty to floral arrangements. When combined with citrus-colored flowers —such as the Bells of Ireland shown below in a vase by raku artist Richard Foye— ‘Diablo’ is a real knock-out. The sturdy stems also offer excellent support for more delicate flora, and a lovely vertical compliment to blowzy hydrangea blossoms — Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ is especially…

In addition to its striking presence in the garden, Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diablo’s’ leaves and branches add sophisticated beauty to floral arrangements. When combined with citrus-colored flowers —such as the Bells of Ireland shown below in a vase by raku artist Richard Foye— ‘Diablo’ is a real knock-out. The sturdy stems also offer excellent support for more delicate flora, and a lovely vertical compliment to blowzy hydrangea blossoms — Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ is especially…

Ninebark 'Little Devil' is a great shrub for any landscape. As a replacement for the scraggly purple leaved barberries, this shrubs outshine them all. It has small leaves borne on graceful, arching branches. In mid-summer, pink flowers come on, fading to white. It can be trimmed in shapes or a hedges, and can be cut down completely in the spring. Add it to your landscape!

Ninebark 'Little Devil' is a great shrub for any landscape. As a replacement for the scraggly purple leaved barberries, this shrubs outshine them all. It has small leaves borne on graceful, arching branches. In mid-summer, pink flowers come on, fading to white. It can be trimmed in shapes or a hedges, and can be cut down completely in the spring. Add it to your landscape!

Ninebark 'Center Glow' gives spring, summer and fall interest and Red Twig  Dogwood gives you interest in spring, summer and winter... it's a great combo! find that ninebark

Ninebark 'Center Glow' gives spring, summer and fall interest and Red Twig Dogwood gives you interest in spring, summer and winter... it's a great combo! find that ninebark

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