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Re: Sambucus "Black Beauty & Black Lace"

> > Next year we will be getting Physocarpus 'Summer Wine' (Ninebark) which I
> > think is a sport of Diablo and is also very dark.
> How is this different than Diablo?   Who is the vendor?

Hi Ceres,

   'Summer Wine' is a slightly smaller form of Diablo, topping off at about
   5-6' (instead of 8-10').  Proven Winners is the primary distributor 
   right now.

   I'm carrying 'Coppertina' next year -- although it's larger than
   Summer Wine I like the foliage color a lot more.


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