Diabolo Ninebark is a deciduous shrub often chosen for its rich purple foliage. The clusters of white flowers, which bloom in late spring, contrast nicely with the dark leaves. Its attractive peeling bark gives this shrub additional winter interest. Looks great with Annabelle Hydrangea!
Botanical Name: Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Monlo’
Common Name: Diabolo Ninebark
Plant Type: Deciduous shrub
Habit: Clump forming, multi stemmed shrub with a tall, rounded shape. Branches arch upward, then out.
Growth Rate: Fast growing
Size: 8’ tall by 7’ wide
Soil Type: Best grown well-drained soil but adaptable to other soil conditions.
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Foliage Colour: Reddish-purple foliage throughout the summer turns yellowish-bronze in the fall.
Bloom Time: Late spring
Additional Attributes: Drought tolerant, very hardy and easy to grow. Can be easily pruned to control size. Flowers are attractive to birds, bees and butterflies.