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Ninebark - Ginger Wine™

Physocarpus opulifolius 'SMNPOBLR' x 'Ginger Wine™'

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The spring foliage of the native Ninebark - 'Ginger Wine™' emerges as a sunny orange color and matures to sparkling burgundy. Clusters of white flowers cover the plant in late spring, and these develop into attractive red seed heads. This disease-resistant shrub does best in full sun locations and cooler climates.  You'll appreciate the low maintenance features of 'Ginger Wine™ as it is drought tolerant and requires no deadheading!  The name "ninebark" derives from the attractive, peeling mature bark. This makes the plant appear to possess multiple bark layers.  Ninebark - 'Ginger Wine™' is very versatile considering it can be used in borders as a focal point or in mass plantings in your landscape design. It can produce an effective screen and provides striking cut flowers. This Ninebark is great for containers, too.  Ninebark looks best when unpruned, but if you must, prune after it blooms.

Our plants come with extra large and fibrous root systems, ready to plant and flourish! 

Pot Size For This Plant 4" Quart Pot - Size of pot is 3.5" square by 4" tall 
Shipped Height Plant is 5" to 10" above the pot - Shorter heights are sometimes due to pruning
Zones 3 to 7
Soil Type Clay, Loamy & Sandy soils
Mature Height & Width 36"-60" Height and 36"-48" Spread
Growth Rate Moderate
Site Selection Full Sun 
Moisture Requirements Average 
Blooming Period Late Spring to Early Summer 

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With its naturally graceful, arching habit, ninebarks are best left unpruned. Take its relatively large size into account when siting this plant. It makes an especially nice backdrop for other plantings. Plant in full sun for the best looks and performance. If pruning is necessary, trim after the plant is finished blooming for best results.