The Viburnum Plicatum Var. Tomentosum 'Mariesii' - 'Mariess' Viburnum, also called the wedding cake bush and Doublefile Viburnum, is a large, multi-stemmed, wide, rounded forming shrub. Horizontal branches give a beautiful tier look, large white lacecap-like flower clusters and sharp toothed, oval, dark green leaves. Flowers bloom in flat, pure white clusters from April to May giving the impression of snow on the branches and are much enjoyed by butterflies and hummingbirds. These flower then give way to small, scarlet red fruits in the summer months which are enjoyed by birds in the colder months. In autumn, these lush green leaves becomes a deep maroon to vivid red, going out in a fiery autumnal show of saturated reds.
Full sun to partial sun.
Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.
White flowers, non-fragrant
Viburnum 'Mariesii Viburnum'