Viburnum macrocephalum (Chinese Snowball Viburnum)

Height: 15 feet
Spread: 15 feet
Light: Full sun to part shade
Soil: Well-drained, medium moisture soil.
Description: Chinese snowball viburnum is a star in our Southern gardens. In winter it tends to retain its leaves (while up north the shrub is deciduous) and blooms twice a year, in fall and spring. 8-inch wide apple-green flowers change to white. In our southern climes, Chinese snowball viburnum may grow 15 feet tall and wide, but can be pruned as needed immediately after blooming.


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Photo credit: Missouri Botanical Garden
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