Viburnum cinnamomifolium (Viburnum)

Height: 15 feet
Spread: 15 feet
Light: Morning sun/afternoon shade
Soil: Amended, well-drained soil.
Description: Not found in just any garden center, this evergreen specimen boasts substantial, distinctly ribbed, forest-green leaves that curve against mahogany-colored stems. The flowers smell faintly of honey and the blooms are followed by clusters of blue-black berries. It flowers best with long morning exposure, but appreciates some shelter from our extreme summer afternoon heat. This unique viburnum brings wildlife to the garden - bees and butterflies in the spring, birds in the fall and winter. It is a quietly stunning shrub that brings majestic grace to the garden year around.


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