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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Cardinal Candy Linden Viburnum, Henneke Viburnum, Linden Viburnum)

Cardinal Candy ('Henneke') is a compact linden viburnum cultivar with loads of late-season bright red fruits that are favored by birds. This exceptionally cold hardy selection also boasts beautiful bronze-red autumn foliage.

Linden viburnum is a substantial deciduous shrub with flat-topped clusters of white flowers that develop into numerous, very showy, bright red fruits. A native of the open forests of China and Japan, it has slightly arching branches and simple, deciduous foliage that...

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Russell Stafford

(Iroquois Linden Viburnum, Linden Viburnum)

First introduced in 1966 by the US National Arboretum, 'Iroquois' is a large, rounded linden Viburnum with extra large leaves, flowers and heads of deep red fall berries. In fall the leaves turn warm shades of orange and maroon before dropping.

Linden viburnum is a large deciduous shrub with flat-topped clusters of white flowers that develop into numerous, very showy, bright red fruits. A native of the open forests of China and Japan, it has slightly arching branches and simple, deciduous foliage...

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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Linden Viburnum, Michael Dodge Linden Viburnum)

A large and vigorous linden viburnum, 'Michael Dodge' is notable for its yellow fruits and orange-bronze fall color. This popular selection was discovered at the gardens of Winterthur in Greenville, Delaware where the original plant has grown to very large proportions.

Linden viburnum is a large deciduous shrub with flat-topped clusters of white flowers that develop into numerous, very showy, bright red fruits. A native of the open forests of China and Japan, it has slightly arching branches...

(Viburnum)

Not a common shrub in North American gardens, but more so in Europe and eastern Asia, Viburnum grandiflorum presents multiple ornamental curiosities. Native to the Himalayan foothills eastward into western China, this species was introduced into the United States in 1914. This deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub develops an upright, rounded silhouette.

From midwinter onward, branch tips sporadically display modest clusters of fragrant pale pink flowers. New leaves emerge in late winter, adding...

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Jessie Keith

(Wayfaring Tree)

Renowned for its toughness, its tolerance of alkaline soils, and its colorful summer fruits, this large coarse deciduous shrub from Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa is also known as a parent of the popular hybrid Viburnum × rhytidophylloides. Its sparse upright stems bear leathery wrinkled oval leaves that are dark grayish-green with fuzzy gray undersides. The leaves may turn burgundy in fall. Flattened clusters of fetid white flowers are borne in late spring on the previous...

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Mark A. Miller

(Golden Wayfaring Tree)

Renowned for its toughness, its tolerance of alkaline soils, and its colorful summer fruits, this large coarse deciduous shrub from Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa is also known as a parent of the popular hybrid Viburnum × rhytidophylloides. Its sparse upright stems bear leathery wrinkled oval leaves that are dark grayish-green with fuzzy gray undersides. The leaves may turn burgundy in fall. Flattened clusters of fetid white flowers are borne in late spring on the previous...

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James H. Schutte

(Mohican Viburnum, Mohican Wayfaring Tree, Wayfaring Tree)

A compact selection of a tough Old World shrub, 'Mohican' reaches its peak in late summer when its branches are laden with clusters of bright orange-red fruits. Denser in habit than other forms of wayfarer tree, it bears leathery wrinkled oval leaves that are dark green with fuzzy gray undersides. The leaves may turn burgundy in fall. Flattened clusters of fetid white flowers are borne in late spring on the previous year's growth. Bees and butterflies pollinate the flowers, with cross-pollination...

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Jesse Saylor

(Wayfaring Tree)

A colorful selection of a tough Old World shrub, 'Variefolium' has orange tinted young leaves that become mottled in gray-green and white, and then displays bright orange-red fruits in late summer. Denser in habit than other forms of wayfarer tree, it bears leathery wrinkled oval leaves that are gray-green with fuzzy gray undersides. When leaves first emerge they are a pretty orange-pink, and then mature gray-green with blotches of white. These leaves may turn burgundy in fall. Flattened clusters...

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Jesse Saylor

(Nannyberry)

Nannyberry is a hardy, deciduous woodland shrub with glossy leaves, blue/black berries and reddish purple fall foliage. This often multi-stemmed small tree is native to the eastern United States and extreme southern Canada. The green leaves are attractive and glossy. Butterflies enjoy the clusters of white flowers that adorn the tree in late spring and will give rise to fruits that develop from green and yellow to pink, finally to blue and black. It attracts a wide array of bird wildlife.

Nannyberry...

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Jessie Keith

(Chinese Snowball Viburnum)

Massive hydrangea-like heads of petal-like, sterile flowers bow the branches of this rounded medium-sized to large shrub in spring. The grapefruit-sized clusters mature from lime green to snowy white. Plants may rebloom sparsely in fall in warm climates. The paired, oval, mid-green leaves persist through the mildest of winters. Although known in gardens by its snowball form, in the wild it typically bears lacecap flower clusters fringed with sterile blooms.

Plant Chinese snowball in a moist,...