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James Burghardt

(Coppertina™ Ninebark, Ninebark)

Regarded for it coppery purple foliage, Coppertina™ ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting pink flowers and red fruits and exfoliating bark. This native of the eastern United States suckers and has an irregular habit and informal look but tough constitution. In the wild it exists along the fields and forest margins of uplands and lowlands.

The small lobed leaves of 'Mindia' are first orange-copper and deepen to burgundy-purple in summer, followed by shades of red, yellow and bronze...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Diablo Ninebark, Ninebark)

The Monrovia introduction Diablo® was bred in Germany by Gunter Kordes and Hans Schadendorf. It is a hardy and vigorous ninebark that was chosen for its rich dark purple leaves that turn red and bronze tones in fall. It also offers clusters of beautiful ivory flowers that contrast nicely with the leaves.

Ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating bark. This tough native of the eastern United States has an informal habit and slowly suckers. In the...

(Dwarf Ninebark, Ninebark)

As the name would suggest, 'Nanus' has a more uniform and compact habit than other ninebarks. This hardy, adaptable deciduous shrub has long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating bark. It originates from the eastern United States where it naturally exists along the fields and forest margins of uplands and lowlands.

The small lobed leaves of ninebark are typically dark green and turn shades of yellow and bronze in fall. In late spring or early summer it bears conspicuous clusters of small...

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James Burghardt

(Ninebark, Summer Wine® Ninebark)

The leaf color of Summer Wine® is what sets this tough and vigorous ninebark apart from others. Its small three-lobed leaves are an alluring dark burgundy purple and contrast beautifully with its creamy pale pink flowers. The upright to mounding habit of this shrub is also more refined than that of most ninebarks. This cultivar was bred and introduced by Timothy Wood of Spring Meadow Nursery in Grand Haven, Michigan.

Ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Acrocona Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Cupressina Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Elegans Dwarf Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hillside Upright Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Mark A. Miller

(Little Joe Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...