Classic Viburnum Plant Library

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Viburnum x Sarcoxie

Viburnum x Sarcoxie

Introduced in 1972 as the result of a cross between V. carlesii and V. x burkwoodii by A.O. Wild of Sarcoxie Nursery, Sarcoxie, MO.  This is a self scaffolding selection that does not requires the pruning that is required of V. x …

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Viburnum sargentii

Viburnum sargentii

Common Name: Sargent Viburnum

A large, vigorous growing shrub with a rounded form to 10'.  Similar to V. opulus but with darker bark and a coarser texture than V. trilobum and V. opulus.  Unlike trilobum and opulus species, the middle lobe of the leaf is usually elong…

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Viburnum sargentii 'Chiquita'

Viburnum sargentii 'Chiquita'

A compact form of sargent viburnum selected by Jerry Draeger of McKay Nursery, Waterloo, WI.  White pinwheel-like blooms in mid to late May produce scarlet-red persistent fruits against a backdrop of yellow-orange fall color.  Unlike some…

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Viburnum sargentii 'Flavum'

Viburnum sargentii 'Flavum'

Common Name: Yellow Fruited Sargent Viburnum

A large, upright, vase-shaped shrub.  Dark green summer foliage is distinctly 3 lobed with the center lobe being noticeably elongated.  Large, creamy-white, flat-topped cymes in May produce golden yellow translucent fruits with a hint of …

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Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'

Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'

An outstanding selection introduced by the U.S. National Arboretum in 1966 as a result of the work of Dr. Donald Egolf.  Upright habit when young, then more rounded with age.  A superior cultivar featuring both ornamental foliag…

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Viburnum sargentii 'Susquehanna'

Viburnum sargentii 'Susquehanna'

A multi-stemmed, rounded cultivar exhibiting coarse branching giving it a rugged look.  Has potential as a multi or single stemmed tree form which exposes the bark which turns corky with age to such a degree that it has ornamental mer…

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Viburnum sargentii var. calvescens

Viburnum sargentii var. calvescens

Selected from V. sargentii for its heavy fruit set which is bright red, larger than the species, and persists all winter.  Further proof that plants don't read books, rather than the purple anthers as reported, our plants and t…

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Viburnum schensianum

Viburnum schensianum

Common Name: Shensi Viburnum

A long lost relative to our Wayfaring Tree (V. lantana).  Reported to mature 10-12' but unlike V. lantana, our plants are finely branched, leaves are 1-2" long, have an overall refined appearance and slow growing so I would suspect that ma…

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Viburnum sempervirens

Viburnum sempervirens

A species whose most obvious attribute is its foliage which is bronze-green upon emergence, maturing to a dark glossy green.  Young stems are unique in that they are 4-sided and pale yellow the first year, maturing to red-brown and cylindr…

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Viburnum setigerum

Viburnum setigerum

Common Name: Tea Viburnum

Known as the tea viburnum because the leaves were used by the monks on Mount Omei to make a sweet tea with medicinal properties.  Introduced by Wilson in 1901.  An upright vase shaped shrub growing 8-10' tall and 6-8' wide.  Desp…

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Viburnum setigerum 'Aurantiacum'

Viburnum setigerum 'Aurantiacum'

An orange fruited form of the species.  Raised from seed collected in Hubei, China and introduced by the Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plains, MA.  Zone 5

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Viburnum sieboldii

Viburnum sieboldii

Common Name: Siebold Viburnum

A large shrub or small tree with stiff, stout, rigid branching.  Grows 15-20' tall making it an excellent ornamental tree when the lower branches are removed.  Splended long, lustrous, green foliage up to 6" long with a distinct scent…

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Viburnum sieboldii 'Ironclad'

Viburnum sieboldii 'Ironclad'

Tall and upright in habit (15'x12') with large 5" long leaves with prominent veins.  Attractive red to black fruits appear in the fall as the foliage turns a dark burgundy.  The name is the result of it being the only survivor from&nbs…

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Viburnum sieboldii 'Seneca'

Viburnum sieboldii 'Seneca'

A U.S. National Arboretum selection introduced in 1966.  Selected from a batch of self pollinated seedlings for its abundacne of flowers and fruit.  A large shrub with dark green foliage growing 15' to 20' high and nearly as wide mak…

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Viburnum sieboldii 'Wavecrest'

Viburnum sieboldii 'Wavecrest'

Similar in some respects to the species but with larger, thicker leaves.  New spring growth is dark red, resulting in a striking contrast against older maturing green leaves.  Introduced by Dr. Eugene Coffman (friend and plant enthu…

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Viburnum x Summer Reflection

Viburnum x Summer Reflection

Selected for its leathery, dark green leaves and rich wine-red fall color.  Introduced by Mike Yanny, Johnson's Nursery.  Grows 9' tall and 8' wide.  Creamy-white flat-topped flowers in May, followed by attractive fruit cl…

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