(Physocarpus opulifolius) Arching branches and three-lobed leaves give this interesting shrub a nice, mounded look. Ninebark gets its name from its unusual bark which peels in layers to reveal many different shades of reddish-brown. It has white clusters of flowers in the spring, pink berries in summer, and yellow leaves in the fall. Ninebark prefers full sun to partial shade and loamy clay soil. Average height and width are both between 5-10 feet for this moderate-fast growing shrub.
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