An eye-catching pollinator plant with multicolored foliage. Leaves emerge yellow-green with maroon edges and turn entirely burgundy as they mature. In May and June ninebark will be buzzing while native bees and other pollinators frenzy around the 1–2" rounded pinkish-white flowers. Adds texture and color to gardens and shrub borders. Beautiful shredding bark in winter.
Upright rounded habit. Plants can be pruned nearly to the ground to restore shape and size. Full sun to part shade. Native to eastern U.S. Z3. (1-3' bare-root plants)
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