Viburnum Plant Catalogue – Shrubs

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Viburnum – Deciduous and evergreen shrubs for moist well drained soils in sun or part shade.

V. betulifolium White flowers in June followed by redcurrant-like fruits on older plants. Oval, toothed, dark green leaves, deciduous. Height about 3  metres. Spread 2 to 2.5 metres.  D

V. x bodnantense ‘Charles Lamont’ AGM  Pure pink, fragrant, flowers during mild periods from November to February. Oval, dark green, toothed leaves, deciduous. Height up to 3 metres. Spread 2 metres. D

Viburnum x bod. DawnV. x bodnantense ‘Dawn’ AGM Deep pink buds open to fragrant, pink flowers during mild periods from November to February. Oval, dark green, toothed leaves, deciduous. Height up to 3 metres. Spread 2 metres. D

V. x bodnantense ‘Deben’ AGM Pink buds open to fragrant, white flowers during mild periods from November to February. Oval, dark green, toothed leaves, deciduous. Height up to 3 metres. Spread 2 metres. D
V. x burkwoodii Sweet scented clusters of white, waxy, flowers from March to May. Shiny, dark green, oval, leaves, semi-evergreen. Height and Spread about 2 metres.  E
V. x burkwoodii ‘Anne Russell’ AGM Sweet scented clusters of white, waxy, flowers from March to May. Shiny, dark green leaves, semi-evergreen. Height and Spread about 2 metres. E

V. x burkwoodii ‘Park Farm Hybrid’ AGM Large, sweet scented clusters of white, waxy, flowers from March to May. Shiny, dark green leaves, semi-evergreen. Height about 2 metres. Spread 3 to 4 metres. E

Viburnum carlcephalumV. x carlcephalum AGM Pink buds open to richly scented clusters of white flowers in May. Rounded grey green leaves often turning red in the autumn, deciduous. Height 1.5 to 2 metres. Spread1.5 to 1.8 metres. D

V. carlesiiRounded heads of pink buds open to very fragrant, white flowers in April and May. Rounded grey green leaves often turning red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread 1.2 to 1.5 metres.  D

V. carlesii ‘Aurora’ AGM Rounded heads of red buds open to very fragrant, pale pink flowers in April and May. Rounded grey green leaves often turning red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread 1.2 to 1.5 metres.  D
V. carlesii ‘Diana’ AGM  Rounded heads of red buds opening red and fading to pale pink, very fragrant, April and May. Rounded grey green leaves often turning red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread 1.2 to 1.5 metres.  D

V. cinnamomifolium AGM Heads of small, white flowers in June followed by blue-black berries. Dark green, deeply veined leaves, evergreen. Height 2 to 3 metres. Spread 2 to 2.5 metres. E

Viburnum davidii FemaleV. davidii Female Heads of small, white flowers in June followed by turquoise metallic blue berries. NO BERRIES IF NOT POLLINATED BY A MALE. Dark green, deeply veined leaves, evergreen. Height 0.45 to 0.9 metres. Spread                            E

V. davidii Male Heads of small, white flowers in June. NO BERRIES, NEEDED TO POLLINATE FEMALE PLANTS. Dark green, deeply veined leaves, evergreen. Height 0.45 to 0.9 metres. Spread 

V. farreri AGM (Was known as V. fragrans) Pink buds open to fragrant white flowers, on mild days, from November to February.  Oval, toothed, dark green leaves.  Height upright growth to about 3 metres.  Spread About 2 metres.  D

V. farreri ‘Candidissimum’ AGM(Was known as V. fragrans) Pure white fragrant white flowers, on mild days, from November to February.  Oval, toothed, dark green leaves.  Height upright growth to about 3 metres.  Spread About 2 metres. D  

V. x juddii AGM Sweetly scented white, pink tinged flowers in April and May. Rounded grey green leaves often turning red in the autumn, deciduous. Height up to 2 metres. Spread 1.8 to 2.1 metres.  D

V. lantana AGM Creamy-white flowers in May and June followed by red fruits which gradually turn black. Dark green leaves, young shoots have a creamy covering, deciduous. Height a large shrub 3 to 4 metres. Spread 3 to 4 metres. D

Viburnum opulusV. opulus AGM Flattened lace-cap-like heads of white flowers in June and July followed by bunches of round red fruits. Three to five lobed, mid-green, leaves turning to rich red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread about 3 metres.  D

V. opulus ‘Aureum’ AGM Flattened `Lacecaps’ of white flowers in June and July followed by red berries. Three to five lobed, yellow leaves, deciduous. D

V. opulus ‘Compactum’ AGM  Flattened heads of white flowers in June and July are followed by translucent red fruits. Green leaves turn red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread a compact shrub1 to 1.5 metres.  D

Viburnum opulus RoseumV. opulus ‘Roseum’ AGM (Was known as V. o. ‘Sterile’) Balls of green flowers turn to creamy-white as they mature, June and July. Three to five lobed, mid green leaves turn to rich red in the autumn, deciduous. D

V. opulus ‘Xanthocarpum’ AGM Flattened lace-cap-like heads of white flowers in June and July followed by bunches of round yellow fruits. Three to five lobed, mid-green, leaves turning to rich red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread about 3 metres D
Viburnum plicatum Grandiflorum V. plicatum f.tomentosum ‘Grandiflorum’ AGM Large rounded heads of white flowers of sterile florets, May and June. Dark green, oval, leaves turn red in the autumn, deciduous.  Height 1.5 to 3 metres. Spread 2.5 to 3.5 metres. D

V. plicatum f.tom. ‘Lanarth’  Large, flatish heads of white flowers surrounded by sterile florets, May and June. Dark green, oval, leaves turn red in the autumn, deciduous.  Height and Spread 1.5 to 3 metres.  D

Viburnum plicatum MariesiiV. plicatum f.tom. ‘Mariesii’ AGM  Large, flatish heads of white flowers surrounded by sterile florets, May and June. Dark green leaves on tiered branches turn red in the autumn, deciduous.  Height 1.5 to 3 metres. Spread 2.5 to 3.5 metres.  D

V. plicatum f.tom. ‘Pink Beauty’ AGM  Flatish heads of white flowers surrounded by sterile florets, changing to pink as they age May and June. Green leaves on tiered branches turn red in the autumn, deciduous. Height and Spread slowly reaches 1.5 to 3metres. D

V. ‘Pragense’ AGM Pink buds open to creamy-white flowers in May. Dark green, corrugated leaves, white felted, beneath, evergreen. Height 2 to 2.5 metres. Spread 2 to 2.5 metres. E

V. rhytidophyllum Dense heads of small, creamy white flowers in May and June are occasionally followed by red fruits that mature to black. Dark green, heavily veined leaves, evergreen. Height and Spread about 3 metres.  E

V. sargentii ‘Onondago’ AGM Fertile flowers of deep red are surrounded by a ring of white sterile florets, June and July. Large three to five lobed maroon young leaves pass through to reddish-purple in the autumn, deciduous.  Height and Spread over 3 metres.  D

V. tinus Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-blackberries. Green leaves, evergreen. Height 2 to 3 metres. Spread 1.5 to 2 metres. Best in a site sheltered from cold winter winds. E

Viburnum tinus Bewleys VariegatumV. tinus ‘Bewleys Variegated’ Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-black berries. Green leaves heavily splashed creamy yellow, evergreen. Height and Spread slow growing shrub 1.5 to 3 metres. Particularly susceptible to damage from cold winds so best in a very sheltered site. E NOT AVAILABLE 2015 

V. tinus ‘Eve Price’ AGM Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-blackberries. Green leaves, evergreen. Height a compact shrub to 1 metre. Spread 1 metre.  Best in a site sheltered from cold winter winds. E

V.  tinus ‘Gwenllian’ AGM Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-blackberries. Green leaves, evergreen. Height 1 to 1.5 metres. Spread 1 to 1.5 metres. Best in a site sheltered from cold winter winds. E

Viburnum tinus IsraelV. tinus ‘Israel’ Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-blackberries. Green leaves, evergreen. Height 3 to 4 metres. Spread 2.5 to 3.5 metres. Best in a site sheltered from cold winter winds. E

V. tinus ‘Purpureum’  Flattened heads of white flowers from November to May followed by purple-blackberries. Green leaves, purple when young, evergreen. Height 2 to 3 metres. Spread 1.5 to 2 metres. Best in a site sheltered from cold winter winds. E