The Snowfall Ninebark, Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Snowfall’, is a Bailey introduction. This compact Ninebark bears clusters of attractive white flowers that are larger and more showy than the species, and it appears in late May and June in a lovely cascading display. A tough shrub for difficult sites, including dry situations, this selection was made by Peter Dziuk from the North Shores of Lake Superior. It will take some shade but will exhibit the best color in full sun. The Snowfall would be an excellent plant in back of the perennial garden or in mixed in shrub borders. As a landscape plant, Snowfall can and should be pruned regularly, and even a harsh pruning every few years can keep an unruly ninebark under control..
Category: Ninebark Shrubs