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Image of Viburnum suspensum photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Sandanqua Viburnum)

Sandanqua viburnum is an evergreen shrub that is great for hedges and screening in warmer zones. This southern Japanese native is tremendously versatile. It tolerates both moderate drought and wet soils in full sun and part shade exposures. It has a dense, upright growth habit with dark green leaves. It does flower with pale pink clusters, but may have a fragrance some find disagreeable.

For best growth as a dense screen or hedge, plant Sandanqua viburnum in full sun in a moist, well drained...

Image of Viburnum tinus photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Laurustinus)

Laurustinus is a large evergreen shrub which produces white clusters of fragrant flowers over a long period in late winter through spring, followed by fruits than turn blue-black. This Mediterranean native has leathery dark green leaves which are attractive year-round.

Laurustinus grows best in full sun to part shade, but can tolerate more shade than many other viburnums. It also enjoys moist, organic soil. This plant can be trained into a small tree or used in a shrub border, in a foundation...

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James Burghardt

(Compact Laurustinus, Laurustinus)

Compact laurustinus is an attractive evergreen shrub from the Mediterranean region. It is smaller growing than the species. It produces white clusters of flowers over a long period in late winter through spring, followed by fruits than turn blue-black. New stem growth is red.

Laurustinus best in full sun to part shade, (but can tolerate more shade than many viburnums) and moist, organic soil. 'Compactum' is a dwarf selection that is useful as a specimen in a shrub border, massed in a foundation...

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James H. Schutte

(Laurustinus, Spring Bouquet Viburnum)

Laurustinus is a compact evergreen shrub from the Mediterranean region. From red-pink buds, 'Spring Bouquet' has white clusters of flowers over a long period in late winter through spring, followed by fruits than turn blue-black.

Grow the Spring Bouquet laurustinus in full sun to part shade, but it can tolerate more shade than many viburnums. It needs moist, fertile soil. Laurustinus can be used in a shrub border, in a foundation planting, or as a screen or hedge.

Image of Viburnum x bodnantense photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bodnant Viburnum)

Perfuming the winter garden with its clusters of pale pink flowers, this medium-sized to large deciduous shrub is a hybrid of the Asian natives Viburnum grandiflorum and V. farreri. Borne in dense domed heads, the small tubular flowers open from rose-pink buds from late fall to early spring in mild climates, and in late winter and early spring in colder regions. The spring flowers are often darker in shade than the fall blooms. Somewhat lanky when young, the upright plants...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bodnant Viburnum, Dawn Bodnant Viburnum)

Perfuming the winter garden with its clusters of pale pink flowers, this medium-sized to large deciduous shrub is a hybrid of the Asian natives Viburnum grandiflorum and V. farreri. Borne in dense domed heads, the small tubular flowers open from rose-pink pink buds from late fall to early spring in mild climates, and in late winter and early spring in colder regions. The spring flowers are often darker in shade than the fall blooms. Somewhat lanky when young, the upright...

Image of Viburnum x burkwoodii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Burkwood Viburnum)

Inheriting the spicily fragrant flower clusters of Korean spice viburnum (Viburnum carlesii) and the lustrous dark foliage of V. utile, this versatile, medium-sized, rather open shrub provides nearly year-round ornamental interest. Borne in tennis-ball-sized clusters, the light pink buds open to white tubular flowers in spring (or in late winter in mild climates), attracting bees and early butterflies. The flowers may be followed by a scattering of red berries that ripen...

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James H. Schutte

(Burkwood Viburnum, Mohawk Viburnum)

Inheriting the spicily fragrant flower clusters of Korean spice viburnum (Viburnum carlesii) and the lustrous dark green foliage of V. utile, this versatile, medium-sized, rather open shrub is also distinguished by its colorful buds and brilliant fall color. Borne in tennis-ball-sized clusters, the bright rose-pink flower buds open to white tubular flowers in spring (or in late winter in mild climates), attracting bees and early butterflies. The flowers may be followed...

Image of Viburnum x juddii photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Judd's Viburnum, Viburnum)

Wafting their sweet spicy fragrance on the spring breeze, the flowers of this hybrid of Viburnum carlesii and V. bitchiuense are a highlight of the early-season garden. This bushy rounded deciduous shrub bears tennis-ball-sized clusters of rosy pink buds that open to small, tubular, pinkish-white blooms. The oval, toothed, slightly grayish green leaves provide a nice foil to the flowers. In autumn the foliage often turns varying shades of burgundy and red, quite brilliant if conditions...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Ice Pansy, Pansy)

Pansies are one of the most beloved of all garden flowers. Their beautiful, expressive flowers offer some of the most interesting diverse color combinations. Though typically grown as annuals, these are actually short-lived, cool season perennials. Viola x wittrockiana is a hybrid made up of a complex mix of species including Viola tricolor, V. lutea, V. altaica, and V. cornuta, among others.

The compact plants have semi-evergreen leaves of medium...