Viburnum tinus (Laurustine)Add to Wish List
Laurustine is a Mediterranean viburnum that tolerates coastal circumstances and is mildly salt-tolerant and drought resilient. It is endemic to Europe and Africa's Mediterranean regions. Blooms in clusters of pink buds that unfold to white throughout the winter and spring....
Viburnum sargentii (Sargent Cranberry)Add to Wish List
The tall, rounded shrub Sargent's cranberry-bush viburnum has a coarse branching habit. A distinctive odour emanates from the wood. The bark is light, delicately flaking on the oldest trunks and smooth on new branches. Except for the top, leaves are...
Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Leather Leaf Viburnum)Add to Wish List
The Leatherleaf Viburnum is a Chinese evergreen plant. This plant loves wet acidic soils that are well-drained. It blooms in late spring, and the flower buds, which are also attractive, are produced in late summer to early fall the previous...
Viburnum opulus (European Cranberrybush, European Highbush Cranberry)Add to Wish List
As an ornamental, it was brought to North America. Simple leaves, three lobed and coarsely serrated, orbicular, 2-4 in long, with concave glands on the petiole; dark green top, velvety underneath. Tan to gray-brown stems with pronounced ridges and many...
Viburnum lentago (Nannyberry, Wild Raisin, Sweet Berry)Add to Wish List
Viburnum lentago, often known as nannyberry, is a big, erect, multi-stemmed, suckering deciduous shrub that grows to a height of 10-18 feet with a spread of 6-12 feet. In the autumn, the flowers give way to blue-black, berry-like drupes that...
Viburnum lantana (Twistwood, Wayfaring Tree)Add to Wish List
Viburnum lantana is a Viburnum species found in central, southern, and western Europe, as well as northwest Africa and southwestern Asia. Viburnum lantana is a popular ornamental shrub that provides seasonal colour and wildlife value as well as serving as...
Viburnum dilatatum (Linden Arrowwood, Linden Viburnum)Add to Wish List
Because its leaves mimic those of the linden tree, Viburnum dilatatum is often known as linden viburnum. It is found in China, Korea, and Japan in open forests, forest borders, lowlands, slopes, and scrubby places. It's a deciduous shrub that...
Viburnum cassinoides (Possumhaw, Wild Raisin, Withe Rod)Add to Wish List
It is a natural deciduous shrub that grows up to 12 feet tall and broad in savannas, low, damp forests, and bogs. It favours acidic, wet, well-drained soils in the sun to part shade, although it is adaptable. The wavy-edged...
Viburnum dentatum (Arrow-wood viburnum, Southern Arrow-wood)Add to Wish List
Arrowwood is a natural deciduous shrub that can reach a height of 5 to 10 feet. It is endemic to much of the eastern United States, and it may be found in the Piedmont and mountain areas of North Carolina....