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Image of Viburnum plicatum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Snowball Bush, Viburnum)

Japanese snowball bush is a spreading decisous shrub with massive white flower clusters in late spring. Although the flowers do not produce seeds on this eastern Asia native, the flowers are interesting as they develop from a light green color to finally white. The deep green, heart-shaped leaves turn red-purple in autumn. The branching pattern adds character that lasts throughout all four seasons in the garden.

Grow Japanese snowball bush as a featured shrub in a sunny to part-shady place in...

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Jesse Saylor

(Grand-flowering Japanese Snowball Bush, Japanese Snowball Bush)

Japanese snowball bush is a spreading decisous shrub with massive white flower clusters in late spring. Although the flowers do not produce seeds on this eastern Asia native, the flowers are interesting as they develop from a light green color to finally white. The deep green, heart-shaped leaves turn red-purple in autumn. The branching pattern adds character that lasts throughout all four seasons in the garden.

Grow Japanese snowball bush as a featured shrub in a sunny to part-shady place in...

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Russell Stafford

(Japanese Snowball Bush, Pink Sensation Japanese Snowball Bush)

Japanese snowball bush is a spreading decisous shrub with massive white flower clusters in late spring. Although the flowers do not produce seeds on this eastern Asia native, the flowers are interesting as they develop from a light green color to finally white. The deep green, heart-shaped leaves turn red-purple in autumn. The branching pattern adds character that lasts throughout all four seasons in the garden.

Grow Japanese snowball bush as a featured shrub in a sunny to part-shady place in...

Image of Viburnum plicatum f. plicatum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Snowball Viburnum)

Japanese snowball bush is a spreading decisous shrub with massive white flower clusters in late spring. Although the flowers do not produce seeds on this eastern Asia native, the flowers are interesting as they develop from a light green color to finally white. The deep green, heart-shaped leaves turn red-purple in autumn. The branching pattern adds character that lasts throughout all four seasons in the garden.

Grow Japanese snowball bush as a featured shrub in a sunny to part-shady place in...

Image of Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Doublefile Viburnum)

When in full bloom, doublefile viburium offers tiers of white flower clusters artfully arranged in double rows along horizontal branches. The effect is breathtaking. This large, deciduous shrub originates from Japan and China where it typically blooms in mid- to late-spring. Its substantial beauty has made it a commonly hybridized garden favorite, so there are many exceptional cultivars to choose from including dwarf and pink-flowered selections.

Tiered horizontal branches become lined with deep...

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James Burghardt

(Doublefile Viburnum)

'Mariesii' has double rows of white, clustered blooms that are artfully arranged along the very pronounced horizontal branches. The midspring is when this native of Japan and China steals the show. Each flat-planed flower cluster is made up of small, fertile blossoms surrounded by larger sterile ones. Occasional fruits that form will be first red and mature to black. This is a terrific multi-stemmed shrub.

Feature this deciduous shrub in a sunny to partial-shade place in the yard for four season...

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James Burghardt

(Doublefile Viburnum)

Admired most for its compact size and clouds of snowball-like, white flower clusters in spring, Newport is by far one of the best dwarf doublefile viburnums for small garden spaces and foundation plantings. Its puffy blooms are completely sterile, so they produce no summer berries, and its felty green leaves turn shades rich burgundy red as they change in fall.

This deciduous shrub originates from Japan and China where it typically blooms in mid- to late-spring. Its tiered horizontal branches...

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Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

(Doublefile Viburnum)

This widely-branching cultivar of doublefile viburnum sports flattened white (becoming pink) clusters of blooms in mid-spring. Each broad flower cluster is made up of large bracted sterile blossoms and in the center are the small, fertile white blossoms. Both flower types deepen to pink with age. The colorful fruits that developed are bright red and then black once ripe. Leaves are a deep green and are oval with teeth on the edges and furrowed veins. Fall foliage is a rich burgundy-red.

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James H. Schutte

(Doublefile Viburnum)

The Popcorn cultivar is a smaller deciduous shrub with a profusing of white ball clusters of flowers on its branches in mid-spring This native of Japan and China steals the show later on with occasional fruits that form will be first red and mature to black by autumn.

Feature this deciduous shrub in a sunny to part-shady place in the yard for four season interest. Soil pH is not a concern, but it likes moisture retentive, but well-drained soil to thrive. It will handle occasionally wet soils,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Doublefile Viburnum)

This large and broad-growing cultivar of doublefile viburnum sports flattened white and ivory clusters of blooms in mid-spring. Each flower cluster is made up of large bracted white (sterile) blossoms and in the center are the small, fertile ivory blossoms. The colorful fruits that developed are bright red and then black once ripe. Leaves are a deep green and are oval with teeth on the edges and furrowed veins. Fall foliage is purplish red.

Feature 'Saint Keverne' in a sunny to part-shady place...