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Viburnum cotinifolium

Photo Courtesy of Michael Dirr

Viburnum cotinifolium

Introduced around 1830 from the Himalayas.  A coarse, open, leggy plant similar in foliage to V. lantana.  Foliage is more rounded than that of V. lantana, grayish-green above and silver to white below.  Flowers are pink in the bud, opening pink to pinkish-white with a definate funnel shape.  Oval fruit is red, ripening to black.

USDA Hardiness Zone:



8-10 Feet


8-10 Feet

Viburnum cotinifolium Characteristics

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Moderate


  • Rounded

Soil Requirements

  • Well-drained
  • Adaptable to a range of pH

Sun Requirements

  • Full Sun to Part Shade

Flowering Season

  • Mid to late May

Fragrant Flowers

  • No


  • Red to black

Native to

  • Himalayas
  • Afghanistan