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Image of Viburnum nudum photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Possumhaw, Smooth Witherod)

Possumhaw is a large, bushy deciduous shrub that is native across eastern and central North America. Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that are first green then change from pink to blue and finally black. In fall, its shiny dark green foliage turns red to purple-red. The popular cultivar is 'Winterthur' has particularly exceptional wine red fall foliage color.

Full sun to part shade and moist well-drained soil is best for this plant; however...

(Brandywine™ Possomhaw, Brandywine™ Viburnum, Possumhaw)

Possumhaw is a large, bushy deciduous shrub that is native across eastern and central North America. Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that are first green then change from pink to blue and finally black. In fall, its shiny dark green foliage turns red to purple-red. The popular cultivar is 'Winterthur' has particularly exceptional wine red fall foliage color.

Full sun to part shade and moist well-drained soil is best for this plant; however...

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Jessie Keith

(Pink Beauty Possomhaw, Pink Beauty Viburnum, Possumhaw)

Pink beauty possumhaw is a medium to large, bushy deciduous shrub that originates from eastern and central North America. Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that are pink throughout much of the season and eventually darken to blue-black. These ornamental fruits are attractive to birds. In fall, its shiny dark green foliage turns shades of bronze and purple-red.

Full sun to part shade and moist well-drained soil is best for this plant but it...

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James Burghardt

(Possumhaw, Winterthur Possomhaw, Winterthur Viburnum)

This wonderful possumhaw is named for Winterthur Gardens in Greenville, Delaware and was awarded The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Gold Medal Award in 1991. Winterthur viburnum is distinguished by its glossy dark green leaves that turn vibrant burgundy in the fall. Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that are first green then change from pink to blue and finally black.

This shrub grows best in full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained...

Image of Viburnum obovatum photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Small-leaved Arrowwood)

Walter’s viburnum is a tough, evergreen, shrub or small tree that is often overlooked. It is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States and very attractive to birds which feast on the fruit and nest in the dense branches. The leaves are small, dark green and somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the stem. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in rounded clusters at the ends of the branches....

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James Burghardt

(Mrs. Schiller's Delight Walter's Viburnum, Small-leaved Arrowwood, Walter’s Viburnum)

Walter’s viburnum ‘Mrs. Schiller’s Delight’ is a tough, overlooked compact dwarf shrub. The species is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States. The leaves are small, dark green and somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the stem. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in rounded clusters at the ends of the branches.

Mrs. Schiller’s Delight viburnum is tolerant of a wide range of conditions...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Small-leaved Arrowwood, Walter’s Viburnum, Whorled Class Walter's Viburnum)

Somewhat unknown, Walter’s viburnum ‘Whorled Class’ is a tough, easy-to-grow compact dwarf shrub. The species is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States. Small, dark green leaves are somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the branch with red petioles (leaf stems). The leaves sometimes blush purple in the winter. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in flat-topped clusters at the ends of...

Image of Viburnum odoratissimum photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Sweet Viburnum)

A small tree or large shub from the warm regions of India, China, Japan and Taiwan, this beautiful, cold-tender, broadleaf evergreen is adorned in late spring with large conical clusters of extremely fragrant, waxy, small white flowers. Small, showy red berries follow and eventually turn black, luring hungry songbirds. The olive-green leaves are large and leathery and may turn shades of red in winter. Bruised leaves emit a green-pepper odor. The rounded canopy has a dense, moderately coarse texture....

(Red Tip Sweet Viburnum, Sweet Viburnum)

Prized for its handsome evergreen foliage and its sweetly scented flowers, Viburnum odoratissimum is a beautiful, cold-tender, small tree or large shrub from the warm regions of India, China, Japan and Taiwan. The cultivar 'Red Tip' has red-tinged new growth. Large conical clusters of extremely fragrant, waxy, small white flowers appear in spring, giving rise to small, showy red berries which ripen black. The olive-green leaves are large and leathery and may turn shades of red in winter....

Image of Viburnum odoratissimum var. awabuki photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Awabuki Sweet Viburnum)

Known for its shiny, large, evergreen leaves and highly fragrant springtime flowers, this large shrub is Asian in origin and a reliable choice for southern gardens. Its flowers are waxy, white and borne in conical clusters. They are followed by berries that turn from an orange-tan color to red and finally black. The berry clusters hang downward, due to their weight, and are very attractive to birds. Winter oftens finds some leaves turning shades of red.

Awabuki sweet viburnum grows best in...