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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Sweet Cherry Tea' - leaves in early summer
  • Physocarpus opulifolius 'Sweet Cherry Tea' - leaves in early summer

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Sweet Cherry Tea'

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(Ninebark) New to us, this is a compact small to medium sized decideous shrub with leaves that emerge bright orange-red in colour in spring, turning darker shades of purple-green in early summer.

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New to us, this is a compact small to medium sized decideous shrub with leaves that emerge bright orange-red in colour in spring, turning darker shades of purple-green in early summer. The leaves have orange and purple tints when they fall in autumn. Clusters of pretty pinkish-white flowers appear on the branches in summer.

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Sweet Cherry Tea' will usually have its best display of colourful spring leaves if planted in a position with plenty of sun.


  • Position: Full sun or partial shade.
  • Soil: Well drained, fertile soil. Will tolerate damp ground with good drainage (avoid waterlogged soil)
  • Hardiness: Hardy.
  • Flowering Period: June - July.
  • Flower Colour: Pinkish-white
  • Rate of Growth: Moderate.
  • Habit: Physocarpus opulifolius 'Sweet Cherry Tea' grows to be a small to medium sized, compact shrub. Can be pruned to shape if required after flowering.
    • Height: up to 1.2 - 1.5 (4 - 5 ft)
    • Spread: 1.2 - 1.5 m (4 - 5 ft)
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How Much Sun
Full Sun, Light Shade
Eventual Size
Shrub - Medium, Shrub - Small
Growing Conditions
Soil Type: Dry / Sandy, Soil Type: Acid, Soil Type: Not Fussy, Special: Windy, Soil Type: Damp / Wet
Special Features
Foliage - Purple/Red, Screening/Hedge, Suitable for Containers, Wildlife Friendly - Bees