Viburnum x carlcephalum

Also known as:

  • Fragrant Snowball

Plant Type

shrub

Zones

5b-8b

Size

H:6'-8'
W:6'-8'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flowers:

white, pink

Foliage:

deciduous

Fruit:

red, black

Wildlife:

butterflies, deer resistant

Flowering Time:

spring

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Dancing Oaks Nursery

Monmouth, Oregon

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Dancing Oaks Nursery

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Monmouth, Oregon

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Lazy S'S Farm Nursery

Barboursville, Virginia

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Lazy S'S Farm Nursery

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Barboursville, Virginia

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Photo by: Dancing Oaks Nursery

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Monmouth, Oregon

503-838-6058

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Description by: Dancing Oaks Nursery

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Large clusters of very fragrant flowers in late spring on this 6' x 6' shrub. Burgundy fall color adds another season of interest.

Description by: Garden World

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Hubbard, Oregon

503-982-2380

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Upright, deciduous shrub with an open and loose habit. Dark green leaves turn reddish purple in the fall. Pink buds change to white flower clusters in late April to early May. Slow to medium growth rate.

Description by: Lazy S'S Farm Nursery

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Barboursville, Virginia

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When this shrub is blooming, it perfumes our entire garden. Now that's my idea of fragrant -- not where you have to go over and stick your nose on the bloom to get a little whiff! And the smell is utterly delicious! It was the first shrub I purchased and planted after marrying my husband (and the nursery!) 15 years ago and I still have a secret fondness for it above all other shrubs here! 3-5" wide snowball-like clusters of substance bloom after most Viburnums. Followed by berries that ripen from red to black. A hybrid of V. carlesii and V. macrocephalum var. keteleeri. Often hard to find in the trade. Pest and disease free. Zone 5 in a protected spot. If you're in it's growing area, you truly must have this. It's that simple...

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