Viburnum plicatum tomentosum 'Shasta' (Doublefile Viburnum)

Height: 10 feet
Spread: 10-12 feet
Light: Part sun, with shade in afternoon
Soil: Amended, evenly moist soil for best performance.
Description: Medium-green leaves with strong vein imprints, reddish-purple fall color. Deciduous. Gorgeous white blooms up to 6 inches in diameter lay horizontally on the branches for an amazing spring display. Useful for massing, screening, a shrub border, or specimen. Best in afternoon shade in Atlanta gardens, otherwise heat stress can make it look raggedy by August.

Photo credit: Missouri Botanical Garden
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