Plants grow best in the Piedmont, in moist but well drained soil, in full sun or partial shade. ‘Chesapeake’ is semi-evergreen, 6 feet tall and 10 feet wide with wavy-edged, leathery dark green leaves. Plants grow best in the upper Piedmont, in moist but well-drained soil, in partial shade to shade. Selected for its lustrous dark green foliage and profuse flowering producing a striking contrast against the glossy, dark … Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. The leaves, once used for tea, are 3 to 6 inches long, dark green, turning muted red in fall. A little piece in a vase would fill the room … 'Emerale Luster' Viburnums are excellent hedge or screen plants, foundation shrubs or specimen plants, depending on the mature height of the selection. VIBURNUM bracteatum 'Emerald Luster' . Sandankwa Viburnum (V. suspensum): Plants grow 6 to 12 feet high with a spreading habit and coarse, dense texture. Leaves take on a purple tint in winter. The leaves are leathery and glossy, dark green, turning bronze-yellow in fall. Viburnums are mostly moderate- to fast-growing plants. Doublefile Viburnum (V. plicatum f. tomentosum): Doublefile viburnum is one of the most attractive viburnums, with a spreading, horizontal branching form. Japanese viburnum will grow throughout the state. Pests This tree is usually fairly pest-free. It may be severely damaged by cold winters if temperatures dip into the mid to low teens. ‘Willowwood’ has lustrous leaves, an arching habit, and often reblooms in fall. The growth habit is strongly upright and multi-stemmed, growing 10 to 15 feet tall. Koreanspice Viburnum (V. carlesii): This species grows 4 to 8 feet tall and wide, with a dense, rounded habit. It has excellent fruit set and red fall color. The brilliant colored fruits are yellow, orange, red, pink, blue or black. ‘Autumn Jazz’ is vase shaped, 8 to 10 feet tall by 10 to 12 feet wide with red, yellow, orange, and burgundy fall color. The flowers start green and change to white. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. $580 for 10 plants Min.10 then $58 each. Viburnums range in height from 2 feet to 30 feet. The flowers are clove-scented, white, 2- to 3-inch clusters, opening in March to April. 1.0L Pot. Tea Viburnum (V. setigerum): Tea viburnum is grown primarily for its spectacular berry display. It does not produce fruit. Previously viburnums were included in the plant family Caprifoliaceae; however, recently they have been moved into the family Adoxaceae, along with elderberries (Sambucus species). The following cultivars are heat tolerant down to the lower Piedmont. The new foliage growth is copper coloured, which ages to bright green, glossy leathery leaves. Witherod Viburnum (V. cassinoides): Witherod is native to the mountains and upper Piedmont of South Carolina. Used as a hedge, filler in the back of the border or as a low windbreak, Emerald Lustre can be frost tender but has few other problems. ‘Emerald Lustre’ has pink tinged new growth, with lustrous green mature leaves. The cultivar ‘Emerald Lustre’ has larger leaves and ‘Nanum’ is a dwarf form. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Cream-colored flowers of arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) are held in 4-inch wide cymes during early May. It is less cold hardy than the species. Scale – Armored scale cause leaf drop, discolored leaves, and stunted growth. Powdery mildew of viburnum primarily affects young leaves and shoots. Doublefile viburnum grows best in the Piedmont, preferring moist but well drained soil, and some shade. This species grows best in the upper Piedmont in full sun or part shade, and tolerates moist to wet soil. It flowers a bit later than ‘Chesapeake’. Aphids, thrips, spider mites, scale, root weevils and plant parasitic nematodes can be problems, also. ‘Eskimo’ is a hybrid between. Berries are bright red. I include ‘Emerald Lustre’, a cultivar of Viburnum odoratissimum, in this list, even though others have tried to tell me it is less disease prone. Japanese snowball grows best in the Piedmont. Once established in a suitable site, most viburnums have low maintenance needs. It grows well throughout the state, prefers part shade, is heat tolerant and also tolerates wet soil. Large, showy, white flower clusters of Chinese snowball viburnum (Viburnum macrocephalum) in late April. This is a hybrid between V. japonicum and V. dilatatum. It prefers moist, well-drained soil in sun or part shade and grows well in most areas of the state, except for the lower Coastal Plain. Bright red fruit of linden viburnum (Viburnum dilatatum) in October. Clusters of tiny, fragrant, white flowers are … Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Fertilise with a general purpose slow release fertiliser in spring. Many viburnums flower best in full sun, but light preferences vary from full sun to mostly shade. It is resistant to bacterial leaf spot. … Mulch well to maintain a cool moist root run. Many cultivars are available. Clusters of pale pink buds open to highly fragrant, white flowers in late spring to … ‘Spring Bouquet’ laurustinus viburnum (Viburnum tinus) in bloom during early March. In general, a viburnum plant will grow anywhere from 1 foot to more than 2 feet in a year. Marjan Kluepfel, Former HGIC Horticulture Information Specialist, Clemson UniversityBob Polomski, PhD, Extension Consumer Horticulturist, Clemson University, Karen Russ, Former HGIC Horticulture Specialist, Clemson UniversityJoey Williamson, PhD, HGIC Horticulture Extension Agent, Clemson University. Creamy white flowers in 3 to 4 inch clusters appear in April. This plant grows best in the south and eastern edges of the coastal plains. Service Viburnum (V. utile): This viburnum is not often grown as a species but has produced some excellent hybrids. Incorporate organic soil conditioner at planting, so that the future root area of the planting bed contains 10 to 20 percent organic matter. Viburnum odoratissimum var. The leaves are 3 to 8 inches long and 1½ to 4 inches wide. Viburnum odoratissimum 'Emerald Lustre' is a fast growing evergreen large shrub to small tree. In general, heavy fruit set is only reliable when at least 2 different cultivars or seedlings of the same species are planted together. If an overgrown plant needs to be renewal pruned, this should be done in the early spring. … The white flowers open in early April and are not striking, but the heavy production of scarlet fruit from September to late fall is outstanding. Stems are red. Their flowers range from sweetly fragrant to unpleasantly scented and are primarily creamy white, but can vary from white to pink. They appear in mid-to late spring. Emerald Lustre Viburnum: Botanical Name: Viburnum odoratissimum 'Emerald Lustre' Foliage: Evergreen: Pot Size: 30cm, 40cm, 50cm: Growth Rate: Semi Pink buds open to white flowers in April. Viburnum Emerald Lustre Fast growing shrub to 3-4m with large, lustrous, leaves, developing a bronzey blush. It will grow best in partial shade and moist, but well drained soil in the Piedmont. This is probably the most shade tolerant evergreen viburnum. Bright red fruit mature to black. It is best grown in the Midlands and Coastal Plain. Many selections are available, including: Japanese Snowball (V. plicatum f. plicatum): This shrub grows 8 to 15 feet tall and wide. The leaves droop as temperatures approach freezing. It grows as a spreading and colonizing shrub. The fruit is a drupe, with a fleshy coat and a hard endocarp, which contains a single seed. ‘Spring Bouquet’ is compact and rounded in form, reaching 5 to 6 feet in height and width. Habit is dense and rounded, with leathery, glossy green leaves. White, sweetly scented flowers of Bitchui viburnum (V. bitchiuense), Flowers are 1½ to 2-inches across and held in loose clusters. This viburnum will grow in wet to dry soils, in sun to part shade. It is a robust plant, growing 8 to 10 feet tall or more, with an upright, spreading habit. The flowers appear in conical, 3- to 6-inch clusters and are white and lightly fragrant in mid-spring. Small white flowers open in April from pink buds and are followed by limited black fruit. Excessive summer heat and drought may result in leaf scorch. An excellent web site from Cornell University for identification of viburnum species is: http://www.hort.cornell.edu/vlb/key/index.html. This is a cross between V. rhytidophyllum and V. lantana. Insects, Diseases and Other Plant Problems: This plant cannot tolerate wet soil. It is drought and heat tolerant. Many cultivars are available. Viburnum Emerald Lustre 300mm pot. It is often attacked by aphids, which distort new growth. The dark green, 4-inch leaves turn yellow to reddish purple in fall. The fungus is mostly found on the upper leaf … This species grows best in the upper Piedmont of South Carolina, and may grow 8 to 10 feet tall and wide. It is insect and disease resistant. This is a cross of ‘Cayuga’ and, ‘Conoy’ is a dense, evergreen with a spreading form to 5 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Most viburnums grow well when planted in moist, rich and slightly acidic soil (pH 5.5 to 6.5). While the plant is hardy to 0 °F once established, leaves may suffer cold damage if temperatures dip below 10 °F. Bitchiu viburnum grows well in both sun or part shade and tolerates most soils as long as they are well-drained. The individual florets grow in clusters usually found at the ends of branches. Berries are uncommon, red turning to black in mid fall. All recommendations are for South Carolina conditions and may not apply to other areas. Add to cart. Best locations for the different species are listed as Piedmont, Central (Midlands) or Coastal Plains. Selections are often denser. It prefers sun to part shade, is highly tolerant of heat, drought and wind, and grows best in the Piedmont. cutting grown) Arrowwood Viburnums (V. dentatum cultivars) are monoecious (produce both male and female flowers on the same plant) but are not self-fertile, and will require a compatible Arrowwood Viburnum … Unlike most viburnums, it tolerates hot, dry areas and sandy soil in full sun to shade. Fruit of bitchui viburnum (Viburnum bitchiuense) change from red to black at maturity. Japanese Viburnum (V. japonicum): Plants are evergreen and grow 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. Caprifoliaceae. The flowers are pure white, in 3-to 4-inch round snowball type clusters. In bloom it resembles the layered look of flowering dogwood. ‘Huron’ has leathery matte foliage and rich red-purple fall color. ‘Alleghany’ has extra dark, leathery leaves, abundant flowering and a rounded habit. Viburnum flowers attract many butterflies, and the fruit clusters are popular with birds and other wildlife. Chicago Lustre is distinguished by its high-gloss leaf and deep blue berries. Chinese Snowball (V. macrocephalum): Chinese snowball grows to 12 to 20 feet tall with a dense, rounded form. Propagation is by cuttings or layerings. Flowers are in 2 inch wide clusters opening in March to April. Propagating … The genus Viburnum is immense, and choosing the right selection for your garden is not easy. It typically grows to 7 to 8 feet tall. Karen Russ, ©2007 HGIC, Clemson Extension. ‘Roseum’ is known as European or common snowball. Prefers full sun to part shade and grows best in the Piedmont. Foliage may be damaged if temperatures fall below 10 °F. Bracted Viburnum (V. bracteatum): This viburnum grows 10 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide in an oval to rounded form. This tough, durable plant has loads of creamy white flowers in spring. It blooms in April with 2- to 4-inch clusters of small fertile flowers edged with large, sterile flowers, giving a lace cap effect. An excellent under-utilised hedging plant … Plants have good drought resistance and make an excellent screen. Viburnums are relatively deer-resistant shrubs. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Joey Williamson, ©2007 HGIC, Clemson Extension. ‘Mariesii’ is noted for its layered, horizontal branching and large white flower clusters. Berries are red to shiny black. Fruit starts rose pink and matures to blue-black in fall. Plants grow best in the Piedmont, in full sun or partial shade. It has glossy dark green leaves and intense blue fruit. Cloned (i.e. Occasionally, plants can reach 20 to 30 feet tall. Attractive, large, rich-green, leathery oval leaves with thick, dense growth. Viburnum odoratissimum var. Grow 2 cultivars or seedlings together for best berry set. Viburnums include deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, mostly native to North America or to Asia. ‘Mohawk’ has red buds, which are showy long before they expand into white spicy-fragrant flowers. This species is very similar to V. dilatatum, but with glabrous stems and larger leaves. Small, loose clusters of fragrant pink flowers bloom in winter but may be damaged by freezes. Joey Williamson, ©2016 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Most viburnums are dense shrubs forming a mass of green foliage, but some varieties grow as loose, open shrubs or small trees. Flowers are fragrant and white, and berries are red. It is essentially pest free. Leaves often turn purple in winter. It is adaptable to different soils and grows in part shade to shade. Flowers are fragrant, white with a pink tinge in 2-to 4-inch panicles. Its dense, spreading, evergreen habit makes sweet viburnum suitabl… Muted red fall color of fragrant snowball viburnum Viburnum x carlecephalum ‘Cayuga’. It is a good choice where a rapid growing screen is needed. Contact Us, Viburnum odoratissimum – ‘Sweet Viburnum’ Plants and Hedges. Plants are heat tolerant and will grow well in most areas, but will not tolerate drought. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. APPEARANCE : Fast-growing large evergreen shrub with vibrant lime-green glossy foliage that becomes a rich shade once mature.New growth flushed with soft copper tones. … Spicily fragrant, 2 to 3-inch flower clusters open in March or April. Lustrous leaves of ‘Chindo’ awabuki viburnum (Viburnum. Bracted Arrowwood, Bracted Viburnum, Emerald Luster Viburnum. White flowers are produced in 2- to 4-inch flattened cymes in the spring. Bodnant Viburnum (V. x bodnantense): This rather open, coarse plant grows to 10 feet or more. Top reasons to grow Emerald Envy viburnum… ‘Compactum’ grows only 4 to 5 feet high and wide, and is extremely dense growing. For some reason, the species has fallen out of favor as a small tree in recent years, but it is often used as a screen or clipped hedge. ‘Dawn.’ is the most widely available cultivar. This species is tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions, including high pH soils, heavy clay soils and heavy shade, but prefers well drained soil. The flowers are very fragrant, long-lasting, white, 4- to 5-inch clusters that open in March to early April. Emerald Triumph viburnum is a cross between Viburnum rhytidophylloides ‘Allegheny’ and Viburnum burejaeticum. The habit is multi-stemmed and rounded. Not deep shade. The cultivar 'Emerald Luster' was selected by Dr. Michael Dirr from the University of Georgia and may be available for purchase. They appear in April. Showy, 2-to 3-inch snowball-like clusters of white sterile flowers resemble those of V. opulus. Position – Full sum to a little shade. It prefers moist, but well drained soil, and some shade. opulus): This species grows 10 to 15 feet tall and wide with arching branches. Colorful fruit contribute to fall color on many species. viburnum (V. carlesii), as it also has pink flower buds, and white, fragrant flowers that are held in 2- to 3-inch diameter cymes in early spring. Leatherleaf Viburnum (V. rhytidophyllum): This evergreen species has large, shiny, dark, leathery leaves. Pinkish-lavender fall color of American cranberrybush viburnum (Viburnum opulus var. Plants grow 8 to 12 feet tall in an upright, somewhat leggy form. Awabuki Viburnum (V. awabuki): Awabuki viburnum grows in a strongly upright form, 15 to 20 feet tall by 10 to 15 feet wide. It grows best in the Piedmont. The malodorous flowers are creamy white, held in 5 inch wide flat clusters in late spring, and followed by blue-purple fruit in late summer. Botanical Name. It is also native to South Carolina. It does best in the upper Piedmont. Clear: Quantity. Height – To 4m, best pruned to between 1 and 3m. After the many pollinators have their way, the … The late-spring flowers are creamy white, flat-topped clusters, up to 3 inches across. Compact species and cultivars may be slower growing. The species grows as an upright, rounded, small tree, 12 to 20 feet tall if unpruned. A variety of fungal leaf spots and a bacterial leaf spot are fairly common on viburnums. The height and spread of most viburnums can be regulated with selective thinning pruning in early spring. 2.5L Pot. Family. David viburnum may take cold damage if a warm winter is followed by late frosts. ‘Erie’ grows 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide, with profuse, unusually colored coral-red fruit that persist into spring. The foliage ranges from glossy green to a dull, dark green, velvet appearance to foliage that is thick and leathery. ‘Chenaultii’ has a finer texture and habit, and is later-blooming than the species. Fruit are red, which finally turn to a glossy black. This is a cross of, ‘Eskimo’ is semi-evergreen. Black Haw (V. prunifolium): Black haw is native throughout South Carolina. Potted specimens supplied at.75 to 1m … They are followed by black berries in late summer. awabuki has large glossy leaves and flower panicles, and beautiful red berries. This name is sometimes mistakenly given to sweet viburnum (V. odoratissimum), a much different, larger plant. This species has excellent fall color with leaves turning bright pink to reddish purple in fall. With white flowers and attractive leaves, viburnum plants -- usually shrubs -- add color and life to a garden. Creamy white blooms start in June and mature into fall clusters of fruit among … Listed below are some common species and their cultivars. It is not very tolerant of high heat and is best grown in moist, but well-drained soil, in shade. The Prague viburnum is a hybrid between Viburnum rhytidophyllum and V. utile. 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