PERFECTLY PETITE SHRUB THAT OFFERS AN INTRICATE DISPLAY DURING THE GROWING SEASON
- The Tiny Wine produces showy blooms starting as a light pink buds exploding into soft white flowers
- Deep burgundy hues are offered by the Tiny Wine Ninebark during the growing season
- Small bright red drupes appear after the blooms that are attractive to local birds
- In spring the blooms of the Tiny Wine invite butterflies and other pollinators for a pollination party
- Grown in ground or in a container the choices for displaying this compact beauty are endless
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- Ships in a plant-safe designed box
- Hardiness Zone: 3-8
- Mature Height: 3-4' tall
- Mature Width: 3-4' wide
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Spacing: 3-5' apart
Why plant Tiny Wine® Ninebark?
The Tiny WIne Ninebark is a compact powerhouse of color that perfectly fits in tight hard to fill spaces. This shrub grows about 3-4’ tall and wide, the Tiny Wine Ninebark is deciduous but still holds interest during the winter season. In spring we are graced with a bronzed maroon color maturing to deep burgundy as the foliage matures. Once the blooming starts, be ready for an exquisite display. Light pink buds bloom into white flowers that add a heavenly contrast to the darker foliage. Following the blooms of spring we welcome small bright red drupe like berries that provide interest and are very attractive to birds. Come winter when the foliage has left and bare branches are all that's to be seen you will be pleasantly surprised that these shrubs still garner attention. Just like other Ninebark shrubs the Tiny Wine Ninebark also provides the exfoliating bark feature as seen on other cultivars. These shrubs are adaptable and require minimal maintenance making them perfect for gardeners on the go.
How to use Tiny Wine® Ninebark in the landscape?
The Tiny Wine offers a compact habit which garners the ability to fill in tight spaces and add color where none can be found. Production of blooms in spring happily brings pollinators to your property for an added display. This shrub works great when planted in containers as well opening up a world of display possibilities. The Tiny Wine Ninebark is tolerant of drought, urban pollution, and is resistant to pests and disease making this hardy cultivar a shining star of the home landscape. Plant these compact guys as accents in gardens, in containers to display on your patio or pool deck, or as a small border. Enjoy the ease of growing this fussless shrub and show the world your great taste.
Hardiness Zone: 3-8
How To Plant Tiny Wine® Ninebark
This tiny shrub known as the Tiny Wine Ninebark makes a perfect addition to any home landscape. Like most other Ninebark shrubs the Tiny Wine offers the same adaptabilities to soil allowing for growth in either dry or moist soils noting they offer well draining qualities. These shrubs will enjoy a spot where full sun is possible, this will ensure the best possible foliage color throughout the growing season. Pruning requirements are minimal, making care for the Tiny Wine a breeze.
How To Water
The process of watering your Tiny Wine Ninebark is simple and beneficial. We recommend watering at a minimum of twice a week until established. Once established although the Tiny Wine Ninebark does offer some drought tolerance we recommend just reducing the amount of water to once a week or more if needed. We also recommend keeping an eye on your local weather and watering during periods of inclement weather such as high heat and drought. This will ensure the health and safety of your shrub.
How To Fertilize
Just like you and I enjoy a little snack every once in a while, so will your Tiny Wine Ninebark. Feeding your shrub is a simple and easy process that promotes the growth and health of the plant. Simply incorporate fertilizer to the planting site to initiate the first feeding. If you planted in the spring the next feeding should be in fall before the onset of dormancy. If planted in the fall the following spring is the perfect time to reapply your fertilizer. Continue this schedule for the life of the plant and enjoy.
How To Prune
Once planted and some time has passed it's soon time to consider the process of pruning your Tiny Wine Ninebark. If you are considering pruning for shape, this process may take place in late winter or early spring before the push of new growth. You may also choose to prune once the blooms of that growing season have come to an end. Pruning any damaged or broken branches may be done at any time and will aid future growth by clearing out the clutter.
How Does Shipping Work?
Size Small (AAA), Medium (A2A), and Large (AA) plants (our Treelings, Shrubs, Bushes, and Perennials) will be shipped directly to your home by a common carrier. Ships in a plant-safe designed box within 5-7 business days.
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