Native upright deciduous bush covered with tiny fragrant white flowers in clusters in May-July. Interesting peeling bark with many different layers. The fall color can be intense red to orange.
An exciting cross between Diabolo' and 'Dart's Gold' resulting in a plant with wonderful orange-gold foliage in the spring that matures a rich red color. Mid summer white flowers make a great contrast.
Dark purple foliage for garden contrast. Young bark is shiny red-brown and in maturity exfoliates in strips. Pinkish white flower clusters in late spring are followed by green-red berries. Prune in Winter
A new dwarf ninebark that is smaller than others in the market. Tiny Wine is extra bushy, with small, refined leaves. The dark bronze-maroon foliage is colorful all season.
Striking newly emerging foliage is bright rosy red with a golden yellow center. Foliage matures to deep burgundy followed by clusters of contrasting white flowers in summer and finally bright red fruit in fall.
The peeling bark and great gold foliage make this an interesting shrub. Small pink/white flowers are borne in spring. Gleaming golden foliage resembles that of currants.
Dramatic, dark purple foliage for a garden statement. The button like flowers are pinkish-white and contrast nicely against the foliage in midsummer.
The leaves are large and lovely, with a maple-like shape and beautiful veining. They emerge bright gold in spring, turn to chartreuse during the hottest part of summer, and gleam yellow again in autumn.
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