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General Plant Information

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(Please note that this is NOT a list of our plant material on hand, just plant information)

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Viburnum, Burkwood
Viburnum x burkwoodii
This is an excellent landscape shrub with fragrant flowers and evergreen foliage. Drought and somewhat salt - tolerant.
- white H x W - 6' x 6' 2 - 3'    

Viburnum, Chicago Lustre
Viburnum dentatum 'Chicago Lustre'
Outstanding glossy, dark-green foliage topped by white flower heads in late May-early June.  Eye-catching deep red fall color with late summer fruit.
- white H x W - 10'-7'                      N 5G    

Viburnum, Dwarf Cranberry bush
Viburnum opulus 'Compactum'
This Viburnum has a more compact habit & red & black fruit in fall. Purple & red fall color. Drought and somewhat salt - tolerant.
- white H x W - 6 - 8'     9 - 12"    

Viburnum, European Snowball
Viburnum opulus 'Sterilis'
An old favorite, this shrub has showy snowball - like flowers in late spring.
- white H x W - 8 - 12' 24 - 30"    

Viburnum, European Snowball Tree
Viburnum opulus 'Sterilis' (Roseum)
The tree form of Snowball Viburnum, this one has snowball like flowers in early to mid May. Purple & red fall color. Tolerates some drought & salt.
- white H x W - 8 - 15'       3 - 4'    

Viburnum, Korean spice
Viburnum carlesii
One of THE most popular Viburnums, Korean spice has a wonderful fragrance. Rarely fruits. Drought and somewhat salt - tolerant.
- white H x W - 6 - 8'   24 - 30"    
5G    

Viburnum, Mariesii
Viburnum plicatum v. tomentosum 'Mariesii'
Puts on a real show with loads of flattened snowball flower heads held above the foliage, lining the branches in mid-May.  Red fruit changing to black from July through August and good reddish-purple fall color.
- white H x W - 10'x12'                         24"-30"    

Viburnum, Moonglow
Viburnum dentatum 'Moonglow'
This variety has clusters of large white flowers that bloom later than other varieties. Produces blue to black berries late summer into fall with foliage that varies from yellow to crimson.
- white H x W - 10'-15'                     N 3G    

Viburnum, Onondaga Sargent
Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'
Onondaga has really striking flowers of white petals surrounding a pink center. Drought and somewhat salt - tolerant.
- white w/ pink H x W - 8 - 12'     15 - 18"    

Viburnum, Shasta
Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum 'Shasta'
This US National Arboretum introduction flowers abundantly. Red fruit mature to black. Must have moist well - drained soil. Considered 'possibly the most elegant of flowering shrubs' (Dirr). Drought - tolerant; tolerates salt slightly.
- white H x W - 6' x 10' 2 - 2 1/2' 5G    

Vinca, Ralph Shugert
Vinca minor 'Ralph Shugert'
This vigorous groundcover has purple flowers & green or variegated foliage. Can spread indefinitely.
- purple H x W - 6"   2G    

Vinca, Variegated (Common Periwinkle)
Vinca minor 'Variegata'
A lovely, tenacious groundcover with large blue flowers in late spring atop cream and green foliage that lights up shady areas.
- blue H x W - 8"x36"+                         2G    

Virginia Sweetspire
Itea virginica 'Little Henry'
This native shrub has fragrant flowers and beautiful fall colors.  Prefers moist to wet area.  Henry's Garnet grows to 4'+ tall & Little Henry attains a height of 3'. Drought - tolerant.  Great for naturalizing.
- white H x W - 3'x4'     3G    

 

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