Physocarpus opulifolia is a medium shrub with a very showy flower display in early spring, colorful seed pods during summer, stunning foliage in autumn, and brightly colored arching stems during winter. Large clusters of very small flowers make it a wonderful addition to any gardener looking to support native pollinators, while birds and some other native animals will appreciate the seeds and shelter. This plant's habits make it a fantastic native replacement for individuals like Forsythia. Grows to 5-10 feet tall (stem length) and as wide.
These are genetically distinct individuals grown from seed, rather than a cultivar or nativar.
Hardy to USDA zone 2