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James H. Schutte

(Aurora Viburnum, Korean Spice Viburnum)

Delightfully fragrant and spring-flowering, Aurora 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 rose-pink buds that open to creamy white. Their rich fragrance can be smelled from quite a distance. The flowers of 'Aurora' are considerably larger than those of the species.

Korean spice viburnum...

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James H. Schutte

(Comapct 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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dwarf 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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Appalachian Tea Tree, Swamp Blackhaw, Swamp Viburnum, Wild Raisin, Witherod Viburnum)

Numerous common names exist for the Appalachian tea tree, one of northeastern North America's most ornamental native shrubs. Not only are the white flower clusters pretty in spring, but the ensuing berry clusters and fall foliage ranges in numerous colors. As early as the 1760s, Europeans recognized the landscape potential of this suckering deciduous shrub, soon taking it back to England to fill gardens. It's also known as “witherod” viburnum, an Old English term that refers to this shrub's flexible...

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James H. Schutte

(Cinnamon-leaved Viburnum)

While there's no distinctive cinnamon scent to the leaves or branches of the cinnamon-leaved viburnum, leaf shape and the three depressed veins do mimic the foliage seen on the spice cinnamon tree. A broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to western China, the flower clusters and the prized turquoise-blue fruits make this a worthwhile shrub to grow. When mature, cinnamon-leaved viburnum has a gumdrop or rounded silhouette. It was discovered by E.H. Wilson on Mount Omei in China and introduced...

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Jessie Keith

(Arrowwood Viburnum, Southern Arrowwood)

Hardy and reliable, arrowwood is a useful medium-sized to large deciduous shrub that is amenable to many growing conditions and soil types. This native of the eastern United States has straight upright stems, a rounded habit, and distinctive dark green, coarsely toothed leaves that turn shades of yellow, burgundy or purple-red in fall. In late spring to early summer, it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers. If another arrowwood cultivar is nearby, they are followed by blue-black berry-like...

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Mark A. Miller

(Arrowwood Viburnum, Blue Muffin™ Viburnum, Southern Arrowwood)

A compact selection of a hardy and reliable eastern North American shrub, Blue Muffin™ is useful in locations that won't accommodate a full-sized arrowwood. It is notable for its generous late spring display of flat white flower clusters that are followed in summer by conspicuous, shiny, round blue fruits favored by birds. Cross-pollination with another cultivar is required for heavy fruit set. A dense mounded deciduous shrub with straight upright stems, it has distinctive dark green, coarsely toothed...

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Mark A. Miller

(Arrowwood Viburnum, Northern Burgundy™ Viburnum, Southern Arrowwood)

A robust crop of fall fruit and deep burgundy fall foliage color set Northern Burgundy ™ arrowwood apart from the rest. Hardy and reliable, this large to medium shrub is amenable to many growing conditions and soil types. It has a rounded to spreading habit and distinctive dark green leaves, with coarsely toothed edges, that turn a beautiful burgundy color in fall. In late spring to early summer, it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers followed by many blue-black berry-like fruits that...

(Arrowwood Viburnum, October Glory Viburnum, Southern Arrowwood)

Hardy and reliable, arrowwood is a useful medium-sized to large deciduous shrub that is amenable to many growing conditions and soil types. This native of the eastern United States has straight upright stems, a rounded habit, and distinctive dark green, coarsely toothed leaves that turn shades of yellow, burgundy or purple-red in fall. In late spring to early summer, it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers. If another arrowwood cultivar is nearby, they are followed by blue-black berry-like...

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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Arrowwood Viburnum, Autumn Jazz® Viburnum, Ralph Senior Viburnum, Southern Arrowwood)

An attractive upright to arching habit and unusually beautiful fall color set Autumn Jazz™ apart from your average arrowwood. Hardy and reliable, this large to medium shrub is amenable to many growing conditions and soil types. It has distinctive dark green leaves, with coarsely toothed edges, that turn brilliant shades of yellow, orange-red and burgundy in fall. In late spring to early summer, it bears flattened clusters of creamy white flowers followed by blue-black berry-like fruits that are attractive...