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  • ALL THAT GLITTERS® Arrowwood Viburnum

    Smaller than other Viburnum dentatum, this variety has very shiny foliage that catches the light beautifully. It is a good size for residential landscapes. Plant near All That Glows™ Viburnum as a pollinator. This native plant will tolerate clay soil and black walnut.

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  • ALL THAT GLOWS® Arrowwood Viburnum

    About half the size of typical Viburnum dentatum, this variety has showy high gloss foliage. Its dense habit makes it a good choice for smaller landscapes. It has very large fruit: plant near All That Glitters™ for the best fruit set. This native plant will tolerate clay soil and black walnut.

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  • BLUE MUFFIN® Arrowwood Viburnum

    A compact selection of arrowwod viburnum with glossy leaves and intense blue fruit in late summer. It makes a great hedge and is a good size for residential landscapes. This is a very durable native plant that tolerates a wide range of conditions including clay soils and black walnut.

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  • GLITTERS & GLOWS® Arrowwood Viburnum

    Better together! You don’t have to worry whether you’re buying the right pollinator for your arrowwood viburnum, because you’re buying two compatible plants in one pot. You’ll get All That Glitters and All That Glows viburnums together so you’re guaranteed to get beautiful blue berries in your garden no matter what. These are smaller than other Viburnum dentatum, so they can be tucked neatly into any spot you could imagine. At the front of the border, in a low hedge next to your driveway, or flanking your front porch steps. When they’re not in flower or covered in bunches of berries, you’ll notice their shiny leaves catch the light beautifully. It makes a great companion to other shrubs with interesting foliage and other native plants.

    Why grow All That Glitters and All That Glows viburnums?

    • Native to North America
    • Berries support wildlife and flowers support pollinators
    • Convenient, compact size
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  • LIL’ DITTY® Witherod Viburnum

    Finally, a space-saving viburnum! Lil’ Ditty viburnum (Viburnum cassinoides) gets to be just 1-2′ tall and wide, so you can enjoy its foamy white flowers and handsome, glossy foliage just about anywhere. This is a selection of the North American native witherod viburnum, sometimes also called possumhaw viburnum, and like its wild brethren, it grows well in moist, even wet soils, in full or part sun. Late spring sees the plant covered in soft white flower clusters, and fall brings blazing hues to the leathery foliage.

    Why grow Lil’ Ditty viburnum?

    – Super small, space-saving size

    – Covered in white flowers in late spring

    – Glossy, leathery green foliage looks great all season and turns red in fall

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  • RED BALLOON® Viburnum

    Ready to make a statement? Plant a Red Balloon viburnum and it will do all the work for you! Its large, well-branched habit fills with creamy white blooms in the springtime. Those flattened flowers turn into bright red berries in the fall. It will fruit without a pollinator, but the show is even more plentiful when planted near a ‘Mohican’ or ‘Alleghany’ viburnum. They’ll cross-pollinate and provide a plentiful meal for your neighborhood birds. Throughout the season, its thick leaves are a handsome jewel green color and have an interesting matte texture. It looks handsome in mixed perennial beds, grouped hedging, and wildlife gardens where it’d work in tandem with other plants to provide a rich habitat for pollinators, birds, and small mammals.

    Why grow Red Balloon viburnum?

    • Outstanding interest for spring and fall
    • Easy to care for
    • Attracts pollinators
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  • SHINY DANCER® Viburnum

    A very attractive and useful compact viburnum with distinctive waxy leaves that are tinged with an attractive red margin. Abundant creamy white flowers adorn this shrub in spring. The dark green, heavily textured, semi-evergreen leaves turn a rich burgundy-red in late autumn. This is an excellent plant for additing durable and attractive texture to landscapes.

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  • SWEET TALKER® Viburnum

    This plant soothes many worries. Sweet Talker viburnum handles many common garden problems with grace. It’s tolerant to heat and salt and resists deer and viburnum beetles. Thanks to its size it works nicely as a privacy hedge or screen. It’s semi-evergreen foliage keeps you entertained and away from prying eyes. Speaking of its foliage, it is actually noteworthy of its own accord. For the most part, it is thick and glossy, but it’s especially lovely in spring and fall when it takes on lovely burgundy tones. These touches of burgundy play well with the sprays of tiny, pale pink flowers that pop up in the springtime. Best yet, those blooms aren’t too little to pack a powerful fragrance. Enjoy this spicy honey scent wherever you’d like – as a hedge, specimen, perhaps even as a limbed up little tree? You decide!

    Why plant Sweet Talker viburnum?

    • Tolerates many pesky conditions
    • Lovely foliage coloring in spring and fall
    • Very fragrant flowers
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    SPICE BABY™ Koreanspice Viburnum

    This compact Koreanspice viburnum is a good fit for smaller landscapes. Abundant, fragrant blooms are a delight for spring gardens.

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    SPICE GIRL® Koreanspice Viburnum

    A strong growing selection of Koreanspice viburnum with abundant, fragrant flowers. The spring blooms start out deep reddish-pink and mature to blush pink-white. It has an attractive, consistent habit and nice fall color.

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  • YANG® David Viburnum

    Yang viburnum is an elegant, compact evergreen hybrid (V. davidii x V. propinquum) that has thick, glossy, bluish-green leaves and showy round clusters of white spring flowers. The flowers are followed by elliptical blue fruit if pollinated by Yin® viburnum.

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  • YIN® David Viburnum

    Yin® – an elegant, compact evergreen viburnum hybrid between V. davidii x V. propinquum that combines the beauty of David viburnum with the heat tolerance of Chinese viburnum. Thick, glossy, three veined, bluish-green leaves and showy round clusters of white spring flowers. The flowers are followed by bright blue berries if pollinated by Yang® viburnum.

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    STEADY EDDY® Doublefile Viburnum

    Not your run-of-the-mill doublefile viburnum! In our trials, it has beaten out ‘Summer Snowflake’ with improved, stronger blooming. You can see for yourself with its long bloom time in spring and repeat blooming in the summer. Its elegant, lacy blooms are held on a strongly horizontal habit, which brings a unique architectural feature to the landscape. Foliage is dark green, glossy, and has the hallmark deep veining of the species, which altogether looks lovely in the landscape and performs well as a filler for cut flower arrangements. Fall color is a brilliant purplish-burgundy.

    Top three reasons to grow Steady Eddy™ viburnum:

    • Reliable repeat blooms!
    • Space-saving habit, grows about half the size of conventional varieties.
    • Low maintenance – plant and enjoy.
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  • WABI-SABI® Doublefile Viburnum

    Wabi-Sabi® viburnum is a landscape-worthy selection with a unique low-growing, strongly horizontal habit. in spring, branches are covered in large lacecap flowers, borne with the striking habit typical of doublefile viburnum. High quality foliage carries it through the rest of the season with grace and charm. Ideal for edging or planting atop brick walls.

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  • BRANDYWINE™ Witherod Viburnum

    Plant Brandywine viburnum (Viburnum nudum) and partake in one of the most beautiful berry displays in the plant kingdom! The show starts in late spring, when it bears clusters of foamy white flowers. Handsome, glossy green foliage carries it through summer. Late in August, the green berries, practically hidden among the foliage, turn ivory, then vivid pink, then blue. Each berry cluster often displays all three colors at once for a truly memorable effect! As the berries change color, so does the foliage, taking on a vivid red that makes the berries seem even more colorful.

    Brandywine viburnum is a North American native species that was selected for its more refined, compact habit (5-6′ tall and wide, versus 10’+ in the wild), and its abundant set of flowers and berries. Brandywine viburnum does not require a different variety to pollinate it, however, it serves to pollinate the variety ‘Winterthur’, in which case both plants will bear abundant fruit.

    Why grow Brandywine viburnum?

    • Uniquely colorful berries in fall: ivory, pink, and blue, often all at once
    • Bright red fall foliage makes the display truly unforgettable
    • Native to North America, with a compact, landscape-friendly habit
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    CARDINAL CANDY® Linden Viburnum

    Hardier than other linden viburnum, this plant was discovered by an Indiana nurseryman after a -30F cold spell killed off all of his other V. dilatatum seedlings. Creamy white flowers cover this well-branched plant in May. Abundant, persistent shiny scarlet red fruit have fabulous fall interest.

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