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The unique trait of this species which makes it nearly impossible to identify as a Viburnum but at the same time leaving you with a lasting impression is the small, Mickey Mouse shaped leaves. Leaves are evergreen, dark green, and near…[More Info]
An evergreen shrub with spreading, arching branches and narrow, willow-like leaves. The leaves are a lustrous dark green, 2-5" long and 1-1½" wide and are lax and arching. Flowers occur in 2-4" wide and high stiffly pyramida…[More Info]
Not much information is available about this species and will only become available as we evaluate this plant. Foliage is glossy, dark green and akin to V. dentatum. Non-fragrant white flowers in spring. Fruit is reported to…[More Info]
Another plant that we know little about but listed here for reference only. Acquired from The Cox Arboretum, Canton GA. What we do know at this time is that it sets an abundace of red fruit and has a good red fall color. …[More Info]
A medium sized shrub growing 8-10'. At first glance, it could be confused with V. dilatatum. The leaves, dark green on the top and lighter beneath, are covered with dense hairs, top and bottom. Flowers are pink in the bud opening …[More Info]