Answer: Viburnum X bodnantense is hardy in zones 5 to 8. In full sunshine and average, well draining soil you can expect the shrub to reach 10' in height with a 7' spread. It's a deciduous shrub and a fast grower (12"-18" annually). The flowers are pink and the fruit is red.
Bodnant Viburnum produces its fragrant pink
flowers in early spring. The tendency to early bloom
makes it susceptible to frost damage. The plant is
upright and narrow. The fruit are red and effective in
late autumn to early winter.
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