This shrub sends multiple woody stems from the base. Bark of the lower stems is dark brown to dull orange, eventually shredding into thin strips or broad sheets. Young stems are light green to reddish and hairless. Berries are seedy and dry. Generally, Ninebark is easy to grow and will adapt to a variety of environmental conditions. The ultimate size of this shrub depends on soil fertility, moisture levels, and maturity.
Soil Type: loamy, rocky and sandy
Soil Conditions: Moist - Dry
Flower Color: White with yellow
Light: Full to part sun
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