How to Grow Barberry Sunjoy Cinnamon Plants
Here are some easy tips on how to grow Barberry Sunjoy Cinnamon Plants: These colorful, easy to care for shrubs do well in average, well-draining soil. They have normal water needs, and do best in a sunny spot. These shrubs offer a long-lasting, three-season display of eye-catching color.
Description: This yard and garden standout is easy to grow and easy to care for. The Barberry Sunjoy Cinnamon plant is a deciduous shrub with half-inch yellow-white flowers that bloom in April and May. The attractive dark orange foliage grows on compact, thorny branches. It grows 4-5 ft. tall and just as wide.
Origin: Native of Japan
Propagation: Semi-hardwood stem cuttings cut in mid-July or mid-September.
USDA Hardiness Zones: 4-8
Companion Plants: Place Barberry Sunjoy Cinnamon shrubs 6 ft. apart to make a natural privacy hedge.
Fertilizer: Generally, none needed. For new plantings, use a slow release liquid feed.
Sun/Light Needs: Full sun is best
Display/Uses: Hedges; foundation planting
Wildlife Value: Deer resistant; attractive to birds
Diseases/Pests: Root rot, if soil does not drain well; rust and wilt