Viburnum burejaeticum
Manchurian Viburnum

 Plant Type:
 Hardiness:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
 Flowers:
White (Numerous flower clusters in May)
 Foliage:
Green (Glossy, dark gray-green, leathery foliage); Red (Rusty-red to yellow-red fall color)
 Fruit:
Red;black (Berries that change from green to red to black;late summer, often shriveling and persisting late into fall)
 Ultimate Height:
10-15 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
6 feet
 Soil:
Prefers moist, well-drained soils, but is adaptable to various pH levels and dry, calcareous soils
 Range:
Eastern China, Korea, and eastern Russia
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves (1.6-4" long by 0.8-2" wide) are opposite, simple, and ovate to oblong-ovate with a leathery, wrinkled texture. New shoots are densely pubescent, becoming glabrous the following year.

Additional Information

The Manchurian Viburnum is an uncommon species similar to Viburnum lantana (Wayfaringtree). A very adaptable shrub with good flower production, fruit set, and fall color. Grows remarkably fast in the spring.

1 Viburnum burejaeticum found

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Number Accession ID Location
12009_13919*AHORTPARK

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