Tea Viburnum is a Chinese shrub with smaller flower clusters than most viburnums, but it produces the most fruit of all the Viburnums. Fruiting requires more than one shrub, so bunch them together. This shrub has a flexible vase shape and grows 8-12 feet tall and 6-8 feet wide. It frequently loses the bottom 1/3 of its leaves, giving it a lanky look. The beautiful 1-2 inch cymes of white flowers are followed by numerous and spectacular yellow-orange fruits that develop to a brilliant red colour. A subdued red is the fall colour.
Botanical Name : Viburnum setigerum
Common Name : Tea Viburnum
Height : 8- 12 ft
Spread : 1- 8 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 6-9 Months warm stratification followed by 60-90 days cold
Hardiness zone : 5-7
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 563