Beautiful white flowers cover the shrub in early to midsummer
It is more tolerant of wet soil than other viburnums
Fruit attracts gamebirds, songbirds, shorebirds and mammals
Fall foliage turns wonderful shades of red, burgundy and purple
It does not require pruning to maintain a nice, round, symmetrical shape
The berries are lovely in floral arrangements
Found in swamps, moist, upland woods and clearings.
With more than 150 species, viburnums are one of America’s most popular flowering landscape shrubs. They’re popular with birds too. Plant a group to attract robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, finches, waxwings, and more. We call it bird-scaping.
Will withstand seasonaly heavey rain and may be used in rain gardens. It will adapt to most soils and light conditions. Bloom performance will be best with more sun.