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Viburnum Viburnum

Growing Viburnum: Tips at a Glance

  • Type Flowering shrub
  • Life Span Perennial
  • USDA Zones 2-9
  • Water Well-drained soil
  • Light Sun or shade
  • When to Plant After last frost
  • Design Tip Woodland garden
  • Colors Cream, white, pink
  • Peak Season Winter

Viburnum: A Field Guide

Season by season, the graceful shrub viburnum is a triple threat in the garden, offering fruit, foliage, and flowers. 

One of the first and last to bloom—even into winter—Viburnum has flowers with either lace-cap or snowball shapes. The woody shrub is deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen, and sizes of Viburnum’s cultivars range from 3 to 20 feet tall, most with a spreading habit. Many species are fragrant and just about all are no-fuss and versatile.

Planting, Care & Design of Viburnum

More About Viburnums

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