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Viburnum 'Common Snowball'


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Viburnum Opulus 'Roseum' - Common Snowball Viburnum, although very popular, isn't very common at all. Known in the gardening world for its showy floral display and dark green, shiny, tri-lobed leaves, it is a show stopping specimen to add to your landscape. Its flower cluster bloom on the extremities of each branch branch in late spring, and though they are sterile, songbirds will find ample shelter and nesting sites on their ample branches, just provide a feeder! When fall comes around their foliage turns to a bright burgundy red before dropping for winter.

Full to partial sun.

Attracts songbirds.

White flowers, non-fragrant

Additional features: Disease Resistant, Attracts Wildlife, and Deer Resistant

This Common Snowball Bush ships in a 1 Gallon pot

Light: Full Sun - Part Shade

Family: Viburnum opulus sterile

Size: Mature size can reach 6-10’ tall, 6-10’ spread

Soil: Moist, well-drained

Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9

Characteristics: Extremely tough plants that require little maintenance

Growth Rate: Fast

Water regularly, keep soil moist during the first year. Reduce watering once established.

Prune once flowering season is over.

Allow 8-10'ft of space for growth.

Minimal Care. Virtually pet/disease resistant.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 3 - 8

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Viburnum 'Common Snowball'

The snowball bush is also known as cramp bark or water elder and originated in parts of Europe and Asia. The shrub gets its name from its blooms. Beautiful, large clusters of white flowers grace the common snowball bush which can take on a blush cast as the flowers age. In the spring this bush will flourish for weeks in your yard with many snowball clusters, too numerous to count. The bright green leaves accent the white blossoms. Bring those beautiful clusters indoors, add to a fresh cut flower arrangement, and it will be a beautiful addition to any room.


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