The Q&A Archives: Does Viburnum Awabuki 'Chindo' Really Flower?

Question: One of the nursuries in my area said your Viburnum awabuki 'Chindo' never flowers. Is that true? Please repond. thanks

Answer: Viburnum awabukii 'chindo', the sweet viburnum, produces 3" clusters of fragrant flowers in spring followed by clusters of red berries which turn black at the end of the season. 'Chindo' has a dense growth habit, perfect for hedges or privacy screens.

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