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Physocarpus Tiny Wine®
ENLARGE IMAGE Dwarf shrub packed with interest!
  • Tiny Wine is a dwarf ninebark with purple foliage and white flower clusters
  • Tiny Wine is a dwarf ninebark with purple foliage and white flower clusters

Physocarpus Tiny Wine®

Tidy, colorful ninebark
ZONE 3,4,5,6,7
As low as $14.99
  • Deep purple foliage, upright habit
  • Soft pink flowers in early summer
  • Highly tolerant of clay and alkaline soils
  • Ship size: Starter Quart
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Physocarpus Tiny Wine® Description

  • Gorgeous deep purple foliage
  • Late spring clusters of pink flowers
  • Dwarf and tidy habit
  • Proven Winners ColorChoice Flowering Shrubs
Special features: Attracts pollinators, foliage interest, cut flower, disease resistant, drought tolerant, native, tolerant of range of soils

Quick Facts

  • Botanical name:
    Physocarpus opulifolium'SMPOTW', Tiny Wine®
  • Common name:
  • Zone:
  • Sun exposure:
    Full sun (6+ hrs/day)
  • Delivery:
    See schedule
  • Ship form:
    Starter quarts
  • Soil type:
    Normal, clay
  • Soil moisture:
  • Height x width:
    3-5 x 3-5
  • Flower color:
    Light pink
  • Foliage color:
  • Bloom season:
  • Uses:
    Accent, background, erosion control or embankment, foundation planting, hedge, massing, naturalizing, ornamental, screen
  • Cannot ship to:
  • Patent #:PP26,749



Soil: Very adaptable to a wide range of soils. Highly tolerant of clay and alkaline soils.
Light: Performs best in full sun.
Water: Has average water needs. Will not tolerate over watering, but established plants will tolerant dry conditions.
Spacing: 6 feet apart
Fertilizing: Fertilizer needs are low. If you have poor soil, feed in early spring with an all purpose garden fertilizer.
Winterizing: No specific care needed.
Maintenance & pruning: No pruning is strictly necessary, but oldest stems can be pruned out in late winter or early spring to rejuvinate. Too much pruning could result in an odd habit.