- Usually Flowers : May, June
Spreading, deciduous shrub with branches in whorls, bearing toothed leaves clustered towards twig ends. Pendulous racemes of bell-shaped, cream flowers with pink veins. May to June. Ht.4.5mt.(15ft.). Leaves turn fiery shades of red and orange in autumn. Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained, acid to neutral soil. Good for woodland areas.
Viburnum plicatum Pink Beauty (Japanese Snowball Bush)
Deciduous, bushy shrub, with deeply viened, dark green leaves that turn red-purple in autumn. Horizontally-tiered branches bear rounded heads of white turning to pink, lacecap-type flowers during May. Ht.4mt.(12ft.). Red fruits that, turn black, in autumn. Good grown in a Japanese-style garden.
Viburnum tinus Eve Price
- Usually Flowers : January, February, March, April, December
Bushy evergreen shrub with dark green leaves. Pink flower buds opening to white over a long period from late winter to late spring. Flowers followed by black blue fruit. Full Sun/part shade. Ht.3m (10ft) Spread. 3m (10ft)