Viburnum Opulus Shade. This highly adaptable viburnum will adjust to most types of soils, and the production of the plant's white spring flowers and blue autumn berries are not affected by a shady location. Leaves are of the opulus type but much smaller.
Species plants sometimes grow in wet or boggy soils in its native habitat. Despite the common name, it is not a cranberry, the bright read fruits merely resemble those of the vaccinium genus. Viburnum dentatum, or the arrowwood viburnum, is singled out by iowa state university as being an outstanding native shrub for shady locations.
Perfect As Specimen Plant Or In Shrub Borders, Hedges And Screens And Foundation Plantings.
Species plants sometimes grow in wet or boggy soils in its native habitat. Sandanqua viburnum is an evergreen shrub that grows well in part and full shade in usda zones 8 through 10, reaching a height of 6 to 12 feet. One of the easiest viburnums to grow, but often infested with aphids.
Perfect As Specimen Plant Or In Shrub Borders, Striking Hedges And Screens And Foundation Plantings.
Leaves are of the opulus type but much smaller. Opulus ‘roseum’ (european snowball bush) height and width: Tomentosum ‘kern’s pink’ (pink doublefile viburnum) height and width:
Also Available Is Viburnum Opulus Sterile, This Is A Fruit Free Form.
Species plants sometimes grow in wet or boggy soils in its native habitat. European cranberry is a deciduous shrub in the viburnaceae (viburnum) family native to europe, asia and north africa. The leaves are 2 to 5 inches long and dark, leathery.
Low Maintenance, This Plant May Be Affected By Aphids, Viburnum Beetle And Leaf Spot.
Viburnum x juddii does fine in the shade. Great color for shrub border. No descriptioj has been given to us so our own observations will be given when available.
Southern Arrowwood, American Cranberrybush Viburnum, Highbush Cranberry, Guelder Rose, Dog Rowan, Marsh Alder, Rose Elder, Red Elder, Water Elder, Dog Elder, Gatten Tree, Whitten Tree, Ople Tree, Snowball Tree, Crampbark.
Snowball bush viburnum, fragrant snowball, european cranberrybush: Hardy to usda zone 3 native to europe, including britain, northern africa and northern asia. The leaves droop as temperatures approach freezing.