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Plant description:

There are more than 150 species of this genus, evergreen, semi-evergreen, and deciduous. It has white and cream to pink-flushed or wholly pink flowers in spring with green simple, and entire, toothed or lobed foliage. Birds are attracted by the fruits of this plant. Most grow in full sun or part shade, but some do well in full shade.

Family: Caprifoliaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: Vie-BUR-num

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Botanical name

Viburnum species

Plant Care

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Flowers

August September October This plant has white and cream to pink-flushed or wholly pink flowers in spring.

Common name(s)

Foliage

This plant bears green simple, and entire, toothed or lobed foliage.

Maintenance

Prune the evergreens by clipping in late spring and the deciduous species by removing entire old stems after flowering.

Fruit

For a good berry display grow several in the same area.

Soil conditions

Well drained

Wildlife attractions

birds

Propagation

Propagate from cuttings taken in summer, or from seed in autumn.

August September October
This plant has white and cream to pink-flushed or wholly pink flowers in spring.

This plant bears green simple, and entire, toothed or lobed foliage.

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