New spring foliage is a delight on this unusual cultivar.
Ninebark is a favorite for Northwest gardens bacause it tolerates our wet winters–and dry summers! Dying back to th e ground in harsh weather, the shrub still comes back huge, topping ten feet in one or two years’ growth. A challenge for the bonsai artist, but the exuberant colors of bronzy gold emerge in abundance come springtime. This specimen is showing its vigour with multiple buds, for summer blooms resembling elderberry’s white lacecaps. The black ceramic container is by Sherri Aytche. SOLD