Ninebark, 2 gal, Raspberry Lemonade
Ninebark, 2 gal, Raspberry Lemonade
Ninebark, 2 gal, Raspberry Lemonade
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Ninebark, 2 gal, Raspberry Lemonade

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Ideal for smaller spaces and urban gardens, the dense, mounding habit of Raspberry Lemonade™ opens new opportunities for this beloved native shrub. With a habit superior to others currently offered, this ninebark’s exceptional branching allows for plants to fill in nicely with minimal need for pruning. In early spring, fine textured, golden-green foliage brightens the landscape and serves as the perfect backdrop for an abundance of lovely white flowers clustered together at the tips of every branch. Flowers give way brightly colored coral-red fruits that hold their color for a few weeks – hence the name Raspberry Lemonade™. So, plant a few Raspberry Lemonades close enough to your favorite out door space, grab a cool beverage, sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery!

Attributes

Type: Deciduous Shrub
Growth Habit: Compact, Rounded
Mature Height: 1 - 1.25m (3 - 4ft.)
Mature Spread: 1 - 1.25m (3 - 4ft.)
Zone: 3
Feature Characteristics: Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Attracts Butterflies

Ornamental Features

Flower Colour: White
Flowering Time: May - June
Foliage Colour: Golden chartreuse
Fruit: Ornamental coral-red berries

Care

General Maintenance: Prune by one third in late winter. Clip spent flowers after bloom.
Light: Full sun to partial sun. Best leaf colour in full sun.
Watering: Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system. Requires less water when established.
Soil: Very adaptable to both dry and moist locations. It is not particular as to soil type or pH.
Fertilizer: Feed in early spring with an all purpose fertilizer prior to the new growth.