An interesting native shrub that is perfect for supporting wildlife, native pollinators and stabilizing soil on slopes. Has lovely dome-shaped clusters of white flowers in spring that attract droves of native bees and pollinators. Not bothered much by deer. Has beautiful bark of several colors, hence the name. A very nice reforestation and wildlife shrub, easy to grow. Grows 6-12 ft tall and wide. Species name is Physocarpus opulifolius.
Uses: Wildlife and native pollinators, reforestation, securing damaged sites, erosion control, birds.
Site Selection: Sunny, well-drained site. These are great for reforestation and preventing erosion.
Plant Size: 1-2′ tall bare-root shrub.
Zones: 5-8 (estimate)
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