Lucky Devil Ninebark

The seasonal interest of the Lucky Devil Ninebark makes this smaller rounded compact shrub a beautiful specimen for a planting bed. Maturing around 3-4’ h x 3-4’ w the Lucky Devil can be used as the focal point or planted in odd numbers for larger design plans. In the spring beautiful tiny white blooms appear against a backdrop of bright yellow leaves that will turn orange in the fall. When planted in full sun, in an area with well-drained soil, care is fairly minimum. Pruning can be done in early spring, if desired but not necessary. Adding fertilizer and topdressing with mulch at the beginning of each season will give the ninebark what it needs to thrive. Once established, the Lucky Devil can withstand periods of drier weather.

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