Spectacular Color Year-Round Coppertina Ninebark is a deciduous shrub with ornamental foliage. Plant one as a focal point in your front yard, or several in a side yard for a colorful hedge. Your Coppertina Ninebark is renowned for its spectacular foliage and year-round interest. In fact, you’ll rarely see better leaf color than you will with your Coppertina! The 3-inch, serrated leaves appear a spicy-orange in spring, gradually deepening their tone until your shrub is resplendent in coppery-red for summer. The addition of 2-inch clusters of pink-tinted, white blooms in spring add a welcoming tone to the season of rebirth. By fall Coppertina’s red seed capsules provide added potency to its vibrant display. When winter arrives, and the bark is exposed, you’ll be amazed by the showy, exfoliating bark. Red to light-brown layers are exposed by the peeling bark, thus the name “ninebark”. Coppertina Ninebark will grow to 8 feet tall with an equal spread. It has superior branching and a rounded habit. There are no significant insect or disease issues with Coppertina and it’s especially resistant to powdery mildew. It prefers full sun, but is rather adaptable and able to grow in even harsh conditions. There are few ornamental shrubs more colorful and hardy than your Coppertina Ninebark. This fast-growing shrub is sure to be one of your favorite plantings once you witness its remarkable foliage color and superior features. * Year-round interest * Colorful foliage, flowers and fruit * Winter interest * Wildlife appeal * Easily adapts to harsh conditions.
Gold Turns into Lime The Ninebark ‘Dart’s Gold’, Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Dart’s Gold’, is named for its broad three-lobed golden spring foliage, which turns lime green in the summer. It matures to 4′-5′ with an equal spread. This fine shrub is also notable for its wide arching branches tipped with pink-dusted white flowers. For best results, place in full sun to light shade. It will need at least 6 hours of sun to perform. This Ninebark has golden leaves, white flowers, red fruit, papery bark, and is attractive in winter. Use this plant in the landscape as a border or background for perennial or annual flower beds or in foundation plantings of larger buildings. The Dart’s Gold is a fast grower and new shoots can be cut and used in floral arrangements. As with most ninebarks, it has attractive exfoliating bark and attractive fruit for 4 season interest. Dart’s Gold is a very adaptable deciduous shrub. It will tolerate dry conditions and will grow in full sun. * White Flowers* Lime Green Foliage* Exfoliating Bark.