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(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry has given rise to many of the best blueberry cultivars for warm climates. The cultivar 'Homebell' produces a heavy crop of medium-large, mildly flavored, dark blue berries from mid- to late spring, early in the rabbiteye season. They are preceded by waxy pale white flowers in early spring. The dull dark green foliage turns bright red in fall. This vigorous upright...

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry has given rise to many of the best blueberry cultivars for warm climates. The cultivar 'Premier' produces large flavorful light blue fruit from mid- to late spring, 2 to 3 weeks before 'Tifblue.' They are preceded by waxy pale white flowers in early spring. The dull dark green foliage turns bright red in fall. This upright shrub eventually grows taller than head-high....

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James Burghardt

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. A 1960 introduction from Georgia, 'Woodard' bears large tart light-blue fruits from mid- to late spring, very early in the rabbiteye season. They are excellent fresh or in pies and preserves. The vigorous upright wide-spreading plants have grayish green foliage that turns bright red in fall....

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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Emerald Triumph Viburnum, Viburnum)

A rounded, medium-sized shrub that features handsome deciduous foliage, white late-spring flowers, showy summer and fall fruit, and a tough hardy constitution, this hybrid viburnum from the Univeristy of Minnesota makes an excellent choice for cold-climate gardens. The leathery, oval, prominently veined, glossy dark green leaves are densely paired on the upright stems. The foliage turns deep red and bronze in fall. Borne in broad domed clusters, the small funnel-shaped flowers open in spring, followed...

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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Eskimo Viburnum, Viburnum)

Brighten the mid-spring landscape with the white-flowering hybrid viburnum named 'Eskimo.' A compact, semi-evergreen shrub with an upright habit in its youth, it becomes more rounded and somewhat vase-shape after a decade of healthy growth. The Eskimo viburnum has origins dating to the 1960s, when Don Egolf of the U.S. National Arboretum crossed Viburnum x carlcephalum 'Cayuga' with V. utile. After selecting two generations of seedlings from subsequent plants, one seedling was...

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Russell Stafford

(Oneida Viburnum, Viburnum)

A dazzling sight in fall when enveloped with fiery fruit, this medium to large deciduous shrub is one of several outstanding Viburnum dilatatum hybrids developed by American horticulturist Donald Egolf. Upright and wide-spreading, it bears rounded, wrinkled, rich green leaves that often turn yellow, orange, and red tones in fall. Flat heads of somewhat fetid flowers appear in spring and sporadically in summer, giving rise to clusters of brilliant shiny red berries that ripen in late summer...

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Jesse Saylor

(Maple-leaved Viburnum, Mapleleaf Arrowwood)

Named for its maple-like foliage that turns sunset tones in autumn, this small deciduous shade-loving shrub makes a great choice for woodland gardens in its native eastern North America.

Suckering to form loose thickets, the fuzzy brown stems are rather sparsely furnished with three-lobed, dark green leaves that resemble maple foliage. In late spring, flat-topped clusters of yellowish white flowers appear, attracting insects for pollination. The small red berries that ensue ripen to red in summer...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bracted Arrowwood, Bracted Viburnum)

A close relative of arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum), this rare native of the southeastern United States (Georgia) is a useful medium-sized deciduous shrub amenable to many growing conditions and soil types. It has a dense upright habit and dark green, rounded, coarsely toothed leaves that turn bronze-yellow in fall. In spring it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers. If another viburnum is nearby, the flowers are followed by blue-black berry-like fruits that attract birds.

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(Bracted Arrowwood, Bracted Viburnum, Emerald Luster Viburnum)

A close relative of arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum), V. bracteatum is a useful and adaptable medium-sized deciduous shrub from a small area of the state of Georgia. The cultivar 'Emerald Luster' has especially glossy, rounded, coarsely toothed leaves paired on dense upright stems. The leaves turn bronze-yellow in fall. In spring it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers. If another viburnum is nearby, the flowers are followed by blue-black berry-like fruits that...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Korean Spice Viburnum)

Fragrant and spring-flowering, Korean spice viburnum makes a great addition to the spring border. This large, upright to rounded deciduous shrub originates from Korea and Japan. It has soft, felty leaves of dark green that turn burgundy-red in fall. In mid-spring it produces many clusters of dark pink flower buds that open to creamy white, which produce an intoxicating fragrance that permeates the air.

This viburnum prefers full to part sun and acidic to average, well drained soil. It blooms...