Viburnum awabuki (Viburnum awabuki)

Height: 15-20 feet
Spread: 15-20 feet
Light: Full sun to full shade
Soil: Amended, moist but well-drained soil. Totally drought tolerant once established. More tolerant of wet spots and cruddy soil than V. awabuki ‘Chindo’.
Description: Evergreen tree or large shrub with an upright, irregular, pyramidal habit and large, glossy, dark green leaves. Small, white flowers in early summer give way to red fruit in fall. Best fruit when cross-pollinated. Great for screening or as a companion plant to conifers and Japanese maples. Extremely versatile! Can be grown as a single specimen or pruned into a hedge.


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