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An introducton by Harold Pellett, University of Minnesota in 1994, resulting from a cross between V. burejaeticum and V. rhytidophylloides 'Alleghany'. A medium growing shrub with dark blue-green, lustrous leaves which is clean and dise…[More Info]
Considered to be similar to V. dilatatum but not as hardy. Typically an upright shrub to 5-7' tall and 3-5' wide. White flowers in 2-3" cymes followed by ¼" long red fruits. Fall color is a dull orange-red. Native to …[More Info]
A loose, upright, graceful shrub growing 10' by 8'. The var. gracilipes has larger leaves and flower panicles than the species and is more common in cultivation. Leaves are glossy green, 2-4" long and half as wide with a distinct re…[More Info]
A dense, compact shrub, growing 4 to 5' high and wide in 12 years. Can approach 8' upon maturity depending upon age and site location. The result of a cross between V. x 'Cayuga' and V. utile making it a sister plant to V. x 'Ch…[More Info]