Physocarpus opulifolius 'Lemon Candy'

It looks like a lemon Jolly Rancher. Really, really bright yellow. Plus you can put this shrub anywhere because of its size. It's only 3' tall!
Item #
4735
Keywords
NINEBARK, LEMON CANDY
Zone
3

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Lemon Candy'


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It looks like a lemon Jolly Rancher. Really, really bright yellow. Plus you can put this shrub anywhere because of its size. It's only 3' tall!

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