Evergreen Viburnum - Knowledgebase Question

Shelton, WA
Question by bstrohs
July 30, 2002
Can you list some full bushy fast growing 10-15 foot tall evergreen viburnum for a zone 4 region.


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Answer from NGA
July 30, 2002

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Viburnum burkwoodii grows 12' tall and 8' wide, with glossy, dark green leaves. Dense, 4" clusters of pink buds open in early spring. Viburnum japonicum has leathery, glossy dark green leaves and grows 10-15' tall, 8-10' wide. Viburnum pragense is the fastest growing viburnum, reaching 10' tall with equal width. It has shiny, dark green leaves and fragrant white flowers in the spring. Finally, Viburnum rhytidophyllum, the leatherleaf viburnum grows 8-15' tall and 6-12' wide. It has narrowish, deep green, wrinkled leaves. Enjoy your new viburnum!

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