Tall 5-6' (Plant 5' apart)
Late Spring to Early Summer
Full Sun to Half Sun/ Half Shade
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Flower Color / Accent:
A hybrid cross with V.carlesii yielding intensely fragrant pink/white flowers from reddish buds in the spring. Fruits of Viburnum Mohawk are red maturing to black. Superb disease resistance, and glossy foliage. Leaves take on a warm orange-red hue in autumn.
Features to Note:
- Attracts Butterflies
- Blooms for 4 Weeks or More
- For a Sunny Spot
Viburnum are a diverse group of shrubs used widely in the garden or in foundation plantings. They offer a range of shapes, foliage colors, flower shapes, and fruits that are especially desired by birds.
Prune after blooms have faded to shape. Minimal pruning needed. Prefers well-drained soil.