Viburnum (Viburnum)

The Viburnum shrub is versatile and stunning. Its leafy green is accentuated by the round white blooms which resemble soft snowballs or petite heads of cauliflower.

The boastful Viburnum blooms are followed by a small fruit which is sought after by birds. The Viburnum leaf is also food for the larvae of some butterfly species.

This is an excellent all-around plant which grows nearly anywhere in a multitude of conditions.

Attracts: and more

Color(s): White, pink flowers

Sun Exposure: Sun - partial shade

Soil: Varies

Average Height: 4 ft. - 16ft.

Average Spread: 6 ft. - 15 ft.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 2 - 8

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Photo Credits:
Diane P. Brooks

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