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Gary Ladnam, Classic Viburnums

(Arrowwood Viburnum, Chicago Lustre® 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

(Linden Viburnum)

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 that turns vibrant shades of red, orange and burgundy in fall. The colorful leaves are heightened by even showier fruits that are eaten and spread by birds. Though a popular landscape shrub, linden viburnum has become invasive in the Mid-Atlantic...

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James Burghardt

(Linden Viburnum, Mt. Airy Linden Viburnum)

Admired for its extra large orange-red fruits, exceptional hardiness and glossy leaves, 'Airy' Linden viburnum was first discovered as a seedling in the Mt. Airy Arboretum in Cincinnati, Ohio. A medium to large-sized shrub, it also boasts an upright habit and vivid fall color of golden yellow, orange and red.

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...

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James Burghardt

(Asian Beauty Linden Viburnum, Linden Viburnum)

Introduced by Don Shadow of Shadow Nursery in Winchester, Tennessee, 'Asian Beauty' is a mid-sized, rounded linden Viburnum with large velvety leaves, big spring flower clusters and robust heads of bright, glossy red fall berries. In fall the leaves turn warm shades of russet red 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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Catskill Linden Viburnum, Linden Viburnum)

A beautiful three season shrub, Catskill Linden viburnum has a compact form that fits well into the mixed border. Its flat-topped clusters of creamy white spring flowers develop into numerous, very showy, dark red fruits in fall. These glow against the colorful fall foliage that turns shades of red, yellow and bronze.

Linden viburnum is a large deciduous shrub with flat-topped clusters of white flowers that develop into numerous, very showy red fruits. A native of the open forests of China...

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Mark A. Miller

(Erie Linden Viburnum, Linden Viburnum)

The Erie linden viburnum is a rounded shrub best suited to the back of the border, for screening or an informal hedge. Flat-topped clusters of white flowers give way to very showy bright red fruits that change to coral pink.

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...

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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...

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Jessie Keith

(Beech Viburnum, Ichangense Viburnum)

The beech viburnum is pretty in its own right, but not as stunning as other species in regard to flower or growth habit. Native to sunny hillsides across Japan, Korea and China, this deciduous shrub develops into an upright, scraggly plant. Beech viburnum was introduced into North American landscapes in 1844 by Robert Fortune. It looks similar to the linden viburnum (Viburnum dilatatum). Sometimes beech viburnum is referred to as the Ichangense viburnum, which a few taxonomists choose to...