Viburnum

"A garden without Viburnum is akin to life without music or art"-Dirr. He has a special fondness for them and so do we. In case you hadn't heard, he just wrote a Viburnum book and it is excellent. We urge you to buy it, without a doubt, one of the best garden books in recent years. And no I'm not getting paid to plug it although a cutting or two would not be turned down. A large and diverse genus it contains some of the most useful and handsome flowering shrubs. For fragrance, only Daphne can rival them. Wonderful in fruit as well as in flower, the fruits come in a range of colors from yellow to red to black to blue and every shade in between. Birds and wildlife love them and indeed a few species make delicious jam or can be eaten out of hand. We are putting in a large mixed border of them to screen the house from the nursery and give us at least a bit of privacy. The fast growing ones are ideal for this. Heights can range from 18" to 30' trees. Actually they're a lot like potato chips, once you have one ya gotta have em all. Of the 150 or so species and hundreds of cultivars, we've selected an elite group for your gardening enjoyment. Your mission if you decide to accept it is to plant all of them. Viburnum leaf beetle is a pest in some areas but not here, we are completely free of it



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Viburnum x 'Alleghany'

Viburnum x 'Alleghany'

Rhytidiophyllum x lantana Mohican; globose growth habit, dark green, coriaceous rugose leaves, disease resistant, abundant flowers in the spring, brilliant fruit later.
$29.00
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Viburnum x 'Conoy'

Viburnum x 'Conoy'

An Egolf backcross of Viburnum X Burkwoodii "Park Farm" Hybrid. x Viburnum utile; a low spreading evergreen plant with glossy dark green leaves, clusters of dark pink buds open to slightly fragrant white flowers, foliage is exceptionally clean.
$24.00
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Viburnum x burkwoodii 'Chenaultii'

Viburnum x burkwoodii 'Chenaultii'

Essentially an improved Burkwoodii 'Chenaultii' is semi-evergreen and produces its fragrant flowers about a week later than Burkwoodii.
$39.00
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Viburnum x lantanaphyllum 'Emerald Triumph'

Viburnum x lantanaphyllum 'Emerald Triumph'

An extremely hardy (it has withstood 38f) plant selected by the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, this V. lantana x V. rhytidophyllum cross has outstanding emerald green foliage and clusters of white flowers that are followed by red fruit that changes to black when ripe.
$49.00
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Viburnum x pragense

Viburnum x pragense

A hybrid made in Prague around 1955, rhytidophyllum x utile, the lustrous rugose leaves, glossy above and stellate tomentose beneath, are a bit smaller than rhytidophyllum, and almost evergreen here. The clusters of pink buds open to reveal creamy white flowers, it is an imposing specimen that can reach 8-10 feet in size.
$24.00
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Viburnum x pragense 'Decker'

Viburnum x pragense 'Decker'

A hardy, fast growing plant with very attractive lustrous dark green leaves and pink budded flowers which open white. Selected by Decker Nursery of Ohio for its hardiness.
$19.00
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