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Named for collector Reginald Farrer, this 8-10' high and wide species has an upright, rounded, rather open habit. Nevertheless, its sweet fragrance is well worth the effort. One of the first viburnums to bloom with extremely fra…[More Info]
Similar in habit to the species with a few distinct exceptions. The buds and bark are green rather than red and the leaves are a soft yellow-green, showing no red pigmentation in spring or fall. Unlike the species, 'Candidissi…[More Info]
A delightful small shrub growing only 3-4' tall and wide. Pinkish buds open to wonderfully fragrant pink flowers that fade to pinkish-white. This is another clone that blooms on naked stems. Small, semi-glossy leaves are bronz…[More Info]
V. foetidum is a large, dense, rounded shrub that can grow to 10', although old arboretum specimens are reportedly larger. This species is seldom seen in American gardens and there is very little information about the var.…[More Info]
A chance seedling of V. x globosum (V. davidii x V. calvum) found at Hillier with similar characteristics of the hygrid with the following exceptions. 'Jermyns globe' is extremely dense and more rounded in habit, and although it can achie…[More Info]