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Viburnum

These are evergreen shrubs with a common name of guelder-rose or Guelder Rose. It belongs to the Adoxaceae family.

 

  • Japanese Snowball Bush - Quart
    Sold By: JLP farms TN
    $16.00

    Japanese Snowball Bush – Quart

    09
    Sold By: JLP farms TN

    WE DO NOT SHIP TO CALIFORNIA!!!!!

    You are buying 1 Japanese Snowball 6-12″ plant in a Quart.

    Japanese snowball trees (Viburnum plicatum) are likely to win a gardener’s heart with their lacy white globes of flower clusters hanging heavy on the branches in spring. These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy.

    Topping out at 15 feet, Japanese snowball trees might better be termed shrubs. Japanese snowball information gives a range of 8 to15 feet for mature height, and a little larger for mature spread. Snowballs are upright, multi-stemmed shrubs. Japanese snowball trees flower heavily in spring. The pure white clusters appear in April and May, some reaching 4 inches wide. The clusters include both showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers and small fertile flowers. Butterflies enjoy visiting the snowball flowers. The fruits of the Japanese snowball ripen as summer wanes. The small oval fruits mature in late summer, turning from red to black. Japanese snowball information confirms that the fruits are a source of food for wild birds. The rounded, green leaves of Japanese snowballs trees are attractive, and create dense foliage in summer. They turn yellow, red or purple in fall, then drop, revealing the shrub’s interesting branching structure in winter.

    Planting Snowball Bushes: Thriving in U.S. Department of Agriculture Zones 3 to 9, snowball bushes prefer full sun but also do well with partial shade. Best planted in the fall or spring, snowball bushes appreciate well-drained soil. These are deer resistant.

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