Physocarpus Coppertina® Description
Coppertina® has it all. Gorgeous foliage emerges copper in spring and matures to deep red throughout summer, drawing a lot of attention to itself in your garden. Light pink, spring flowers attract pollinators and also won an award from the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers for their fantastic performance in a vase! And did we mention it’s native to North America? It is, which means it is especially supportive of our pollinators, wildlife, and environment! This moderately sized ninebark has a graceful habit that looks beautiful in the landscape as a foundation planting, specimen, and even a hedge!
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6-8' x 6-8'
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Accent, background, erosion control, foundation planting, hedge, massing, naturalize, ornamental, screen, waterside, cut flower, flower garden, pollinator garden
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Soil: Very adaptable to a wide range of soils. Highly tolerant of clay. Established plants will tolerant dry conditions.
Light: Best performance occurs when planted in full sun.
Water: Average water needs, but try not to over water.
Spacing: 6 feet apart
Fertilizing: Fertilizer needs are low. If you have poor soil, feed during spring with a rose or all purpose garden fertilizer.
Winterizing: No specific care needed.
Maintenance & pruning: Pruning isn't necessary since it has a naturally graceful habit. Oldest stems can be thinned out in late winter or early spring to rejuvenate the plant.
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