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Image of Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum

James Burghardt

(Doublefile Viburnum, Shasta Viburnum)

This shorter and widely-branching cultivar of doublefile viburnum sports flattened white clusters of blooms that are artfully arranged. Each broad flower cluster is made up of small, fertile blossoms surrounded by larger sterile flowers in late spring and early summer.

Feature 'Shasta' in a sunny to part-shady place in the yard where it will attract attention throughout the year. Soil pH is not a problem, but it likes moisture retentive, but well-drained soil to thrive. Avoid dry, compacted or...

Image of Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Doublefile Viburnum)

Summer Snowflake displays beautiful spring and summer flowers of white and great fall foliage on a small plant frame. The midspring is when this native of Japan and China steals the show but occasional and continued flowers dot the plant across the heat of summer, too. Each flat-planed flower cluster is made up of small, fertile blossoms surrounded by larger sterile ones. Butterflies will visit the blossoms pollinating them and giving rise to the occasional fruits are first red and mature to black.

Feature...

Image of Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum

Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

(Doublefile Viburnum)

Doublefile viburnum's rows of paired white flower clusters are artfully arranged along the horizontal branches, making it an impressive garden showpiece. Although midspring is when this native of Japan and China usually steals the show, the cultivar 'Watanabei' departs from the norm by following its prolific spring bloom with sparser repeat performances. It is also denser and more compact in habit. Somewhat smaller than typical, the flat-planed flower clusters comprise numerous inconspicuous fertile...

Image of Viburnum prunifolium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blackhaw)

Grown for its attractive flowers, handsome trouble-free foliage and showy fall color, this deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree is native to the central and eastern United States. Some landscape selections have been made, but blackhaw tends to be more highly favored for planting in natural areas or more naturalistic wildlife gardens. Wild specimens inhabit drier, upland sites that are moderately open.

Dark green, oval, toothed leaves that resemble cherry foliage are borne on stubby, somewhat...

Image of Viburnum prunifolium

Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

Grown for its attractive flowers, handsome trouble-free foliage and showy fall color, this deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree is native to the central and eastern United States. Some landscape selections have been made, but blackhaw tends to be more highly favored for planting in natural areas or more naturalistic wildlife gardens. Wild specimens inhabit drier, upland sites that are moderately open.

Dark green, oval, toothed leaves that resemble cherry foliage are borne on stubby, somewhat...

Image of Viburnum rufidulum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Rusty Blackhaw, Southern Blackhaw)

Beautiful foliage, cloud-like flowers and colorful fruits and fall coloring makes rusty blackhaw one of the most desirable large billowy shrubs for the landscape. A broadly rounded deciduous shrub with charcoal gray platy bark, this plant is native to the eastern United States.

The leathery, dark green leaves are glossy and shaped like ovals. By late spring, the billowy-foliaged branches bear flattened puffy white clusteres of tiny white flowers that attract insects for pollination. The fruits...

Image of Viburnum sargentii photo by: Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

(Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, red fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (lightly bronzed when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat clusters of lacecap...

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Jesse Saylor

(Onondaga Viburnum, Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, red fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, Onondaga Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (deep red when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat clusters of lacecap...

Image of Viburnum sargentii f. flavum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Yellow-berried Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, yellow fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, yellow-berried Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (lightly bronzed when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat...

Image of Viburnum setigerum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tea Viburnum)

The beauty of this shrub is in its vase-shaped habit, spring clusters of white flowers and bright red berries that shine in fall before being plucked away by wildlife. Tea viburnum is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub native to central and western China where it naturally grows in open forests, along woodland edges and in open, scrubby areas.

The many thin trunks of tea viburnum are smooth gray-brown with light fissures and often free of foliage and twigs. The foliage is concentrated on the upper...