Upright, bushy, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, lobed, glossy, toothed, dark reddish-purple leaves turning orange-red in autumn and dense corymbs of small, cup-shaped, pink-flushed, white flowers in summer. Flowers are followed by bladder-like, red fruit ripening black.
A superb bright medium sized deciduous shrub with lovely golden yellow foliage. Small white flowers are produced in June. A much improved form of Physocarpus opulifolus Darts Gold. Thrives in partial shade to avoid scorch and most soils.
Excellent compact and branched Physocarpus, of good vigor, with the darkest purple foliage to date.
Ninebark. A thicket-forming shrub with bright golden foliage and small cup-shaped pink-tinged white flowers. Height 2m. Spread 2.5m. Flowers from June to July. Fruit colour Green. Red. Fruits from August. Deciduous.
Clusters of white to off-white flowers in early summer; clusters of fruit taking on a pinkish to flesh color in mid-late summer; autumn color is a poor yellow.
Deciduous shrub with deep burgundy, wine coloured foliage. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the stems in summer contrasting nicely with the darker leaves.