The Q&A Archives: Viburnum Berries

Question: I am considering a shasta viburnum. Do the berries remain through the winter? Since it is deciduous, I am wondering if it will provide any winter interest.

Answer: In my garden, the birds eat the berries in the fall so there are no berries left on the shrubs in the winter. Your experience might depend on what kinds of birds are in your yard. These viburnums have a fairly graceful branching pattern, however, and the blooms are delightful.

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