The Q&A Archives: Chinese Snowball Plants

Question: Can you tell me how long it takes for the Chinese snowball to reach maturity as well as if it is a slow or fast growing plant?


Answer: Catherine,

Chinese Snowball Viburnum (Viburnum macrocephalum) reaches a mature size of about 10 to 15' high (depending on growing conditions) in your warm southern climate and forms a massive rounded shrub. It has a moderate growth rate.

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