Ninebark ‘Burgundy Candy’
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Podaras 1’
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Mature Size: 3′ high x 3′ wide
Shrub Form: Dwarf, compact
Foliage Color: Burgundy
Flowering Time: Late Spring
Growth Rate: Moderate
Uses: Low hedge, mass planting, specimen
Description: A dwarf compact shrub with clusters of white flowers, peeling bark, and burgundy foliage. A dramatic low hedge or specimen shrub.
Ornamental Features: Crinkled burgundy foliage emerges coppery-bronze in the spring turning purple in the fall. Clusters of cup shaped white flowers emerge in late spring and give way to reddish fruit. Gorgeous exfoliating bark that peels off in strips.
Landscape Attributes: Dense multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a compact habit of growth. Low maintenance; can be pruned anytime. Deer and rabbit resistant. Drought tolerant. A great choice for adding winter interest and attracting butterflies to your yard.