Viburnum × carlcephalum
Carlcephalum Viburnum

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
Pink;white (Small flowers are pink in bud, opening to white; fragrant and in snowball-like cymes (5-6" wide); May)
Green (Gray-green foliage in summer); Red-Violet (Reddish-purple fall color)
Red;black (Fruits are drupes, red, changing to black; not overly ornamental)
 Ultimate Height:
6-10 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
6-10 feet
Prefers moist, well-drained soils, but is adaptable
Hybrid origin
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves are opposite, simple, broad ovate, 5-6" long, and irregularly dentate.

Additional Information

This viburnum is an open, rounded shrub known for its snowball-like clusters of fragrant, white flowers in May.

1 Viburnum × carlcephalum found

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