Pacific Ninebark Plot (Physocarpus capitatus)

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Ninebark is a shrub commonly found in riparian areas. Named for its shredding or peeling bark, which appears to be multiple layers, ninebark is covered in clusters of small white flowers in late spring to early summer. Blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies, while seed capsules in the fall provide food for songbirds.

Plant Type Deciduous shrub
Flower Color White
Bloom Period May-July
Height at Maturity 8-15'
Plant Spacing 10-20'
Light Requirements Full sun to part shade
Moisture Needs Moist, well drained
Soil Type 

Fertile, acidic, well drained