Joy Creek Nursery

529-066-1   Viburnum grandiflorum  

Viburnum grandiflorum
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Viburnum grandiflorum is probably best known as one of the parents of Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn' and others. Even though it comes from moderately high elevations in Himalaya and Kashmir, it is not reliably hardy in colder climates. The 3- to 4-inch eliptical leaves are deeply veined and sharply toothed along their margins. They have rich red petioles and that color is sometimes taken up into the central leaf vein. Here in the Pacific Northwest, this is a great addition to the Winter Garden because that is when the small, fragrant flowers bloom. They are followed by fruits which turn black when they ripen.

January to March.  6-8 ft. x 6 ft.

Pink flowers

Sun, Part Shade     Zones 7, 8

20300 NW Watson Road  Scappoose, OR 97056
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