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Pacific Ninebark Physocarpus capitatus

Description
Large deciduous shrub with spherical clusters of white flowers that turn into a stunning reddish-pink fruit after flowering. In nature, this shrub grows in mesic to wet thickets, riparian areas, and shaded wooded areas.
habitat Wetlands, streamsides, forest edges, and thickets
light Full sun to part shade
moisture Moist to wet
height 2 – 4 m
flowering June to July
habit Deciduous shrub
advantages
companion plants Red-Osier Dogwood, Clustered Rose, Pacific Crabapple, Salmonberry, Slough Sedge, June Plum
Size
$12.00
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