By far the best of the winter flowering viburnums. This plant has the same parents as V. ‘Dawn’ but is drastically heavier flowering. The light pink flowers cover the 10’ shrub in February-March. Limited number this year.
Came to us from JC Raulston many years ago. The plant is upright growing (10’-12’) and 4’-5’ wide. This hardy evergreen plant has shiny foliage. Doesn’t need summer water here once established.
We still think this is the best of the pink V. tomentosum varieties. We got our original cuttings from Connie Hansen, Lincoln City, OR. The lovely pink flowers are backed by deep purple new foliage.
This evergreen viburnum gets 8’-10’ x 4’-5’ wide. The foliage is narrow with deep veins creating a nice upright evergreen.
This glossy foliaged evergreen makes a beautiful mound 4-5' tall. The leaves are narrow and are very deep green. Flowers are white followed by black fruit in fall.