The Viburnum x 'Juddii' - 'Juddii' Viburnum also called Judd Viburnum after William H. Judd who first created and introduced this viburnum in the 1920's. This semi-snowball hybrid shrub has small pink buds which turn into fragrant white, rounded flower clusters that bloom in the spring and later become small ornamental berry-like drupes enjoyed by birds. Foliage is a glossy dark green shade in an oblong serrated shape, later turns into a deep reddish-purple in the fall.
Full sun to partial sun.
Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.
Drought tolerant once established.
White / Pink flowers, fragrant
Snowball Viburnum 'Juddii Viburnum'