The Q&A Archives: Virburnum Obovatum Drawf

Question: I purchased a Virburnum Obovatum Drawf - Walter's (white) - What color are the leaves in fall? is this a deciduous bush?

Answer: Walter's viburnum stays evergreen in mild winters and the leaves remain green rather than changing colors in the fall. The tiny flowers are creamy white with five petals and arranged in flat topped cymes that are 2-3 in across. Emerging in early spring along with the new shoots and leaves, they are mildly fragrant and very showy. The quarter inch fruits, maturing in late summer, are at first red, then ripen to black.

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