Viburnum

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This graceful viburnum has horizontal branches that create an interesting tiered appearance. Produces large heads of small flowers and, because it reblooms, limited crimson fruit in fall. Naturally tall and narrow growth. Great for accent, entries and screening.

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Redtwig Dogwood

This terrific year-round plant's most outstanding feature is its bright red winter stems. Spring flowers attract butterflies, and handsome summer foliage and vibrant red-orange fall color add interest in the landscape. Combine with variegated holly, astilbe and golden forest grass for a nice blend of color, texture and form.

Details

Common name

Viburnum

Botanical name

Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum

Variety

Summer Snowflake™

Zone

USDA 5 - 8

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Bloom color

White

Bloom time

spring-fall

Light

part sun

Height

3-5' (1-1.5 m)

Habit

upright

Water

2-3 times per week

Feed

use all-purpose

Maintenance

apply mulch