The Q&A Archives: Viburnum Trilobum

Question: How far apart should Viburnum trilobum be planted? They are 2-3 feet tall.

Answer: Viburnum trilobum, the Cranberry Bush, grows up to 15' tall and 12' wide. Plant yours 6'-8' apart so they'll have enough room to spread out naturally, and still have good air circulation all around.

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