Viburnum bracteatum [sold as All That Glows™]
All That Glows Bracted Viburnum

 Plant Type:
 Hardiness:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
 Flowers:
White (Creamy-white, rounded cymes in late spring)
 Foliage:
Green (Attractive, leathery, dark glossy green summer foliage)
 Fruit:
Blue (Abundant blue berries in fall; attractive to birds)
 Ultimate Height:
4-5 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
4-5 feet
 Soil:
Prefers moist, well-drained soils, but is adaptable
 Range:
Cultivated origin
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
The thick, leathery, glossy leaves are opposite, simple, somewhat rounded, 2-4.5" long and 1-4" wide, coarsely dentate, often with hairs in the axils underneath. Small, lower bud scale forms a V-shaped notch. The inflorescence is subtended by prominent bracts.

Additional Information

The Bracted Viburnum is very similar to the Arrowwood Viburnum (V. dentatum), except it generally has glossier, more leathery foliage. All That Glows is a dense, compact dwarf variant of the species with exceptionally glossy leaves and heavy fruit set.

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