Plant of the Week: Fragrant Viburnum

Fragrant Viburnum: Shrub

Hardiness Zones: 4-9
Exposure: Partial to Full Sun

Blooms: Early spring, extremely fragrant, rounded blush white blooms.
Foliage: Rounded leaves with burgundy fall color
Resistant to: Deer, Rabbits
Pests/Problems: No Serious Issues
Uses: Great for pollinators and birds

Korean Spice (Carlessi): 8ft tall and wide
Crossed with Korean Spice:

  • Juddii: 8 ft tall and wide
  • Sugar N Spice: 6ft tall and wide, dwarf version
  • Spice Baby: 5 ft tall and wide, dwarf version
  • Burkwood: 8-10  ft tall and wide, semi-evergreen
  • Mohawk: 8-10 ft tall and wide, semi-evergreen
  • Eskimo: 5ft tall and wide, dwarf semi-evergreen

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