Berberis Sunjoy Neo™ Description
Electric orange foliage sets Sunjoy Neo™ barberry apart from its fellow grown-for-foliage friends. Its leaves emerge bright orange in spring and slowly mature by fall to deep orange-red, with bright green at the center. All the while it is consistently dazzling and carefree. Not a finger need be lifted to prune or fix damage wrought by deer or disease, as there won’t be any. Its dwarf habit can be tucked easily into any landscape where it fits in nicely as edging or companion to other shrubs or herbaceous perennials.Special features: Cold hardy, Deer resistant, Drought tolerant, Easy care, Fall color, Foliage interest, Heat tolerant, Burn resistant, Multi-season Interest
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- Botanical name:
Berberis thunbergii Sunjoy Neo™ 'NCBT2'
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- Zone: 5, 6, 7, 8
- Sun exposure:
Full sun (6+ hrs/day)
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Accent, Background, Container gardening, Foundation planting, Hedge plant, Ornamental, Rock garden, Small spaces
- Cannot ship to:
AK, CT, HI, IN, MA, ME, NH, NY, VT, CANADA
- Patent #: PPAF
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Soil:Grows in any well-drained soil; tolerant of challenging conditions such as salt, compaction, pollution, and dryness.
Light: Full sun - 6+ hrs/day
Water: Average water needs; do not over water
Spacing: 24-36 in.
Fertilizing: None needed
Winterizing: No specific care needed.
Maintenance & pruning: Pruning is not required, but if you wish to prune, do so in early-mid spring, before the growth begins to harden.
ReviewsWrite a reviewVibrant Red Orange Stand Out!Kathryn Dimitri | Jul 21, 2020Purchased several of the Sunjoy Neo to mix in my rock garden with gold beret I had ordered. Received quickly, shrubs were moist and well packaged. Although they are still really small, they are mounding nicely and the color is a very vibrant red orange. Have had several inquiry as to where I purchased these at....they really stand out, especially since they are planted near the gold beret shrubs.