Holodiscus discolor

Holodiscus discolor

Western native similar to Physocarpus with a creamy white flower pinnacle that is initially held above the foliage, but later droops and remains showy even as it dries. Drought tolerant, but will grow larger with moisture.

Plant Height at Maturity

10 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

12 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit

Upright | Spreading

Landscape Uses

Hedge | Water Garden

Environmental Features

Water-wise | Pollinator Friendly | Bird Habitat | Wildlife Forage Source

Seasonal Interest

Fall Color | Winter Interest | Summer Flowering

Flower Color