Viburnum carlesii (Korean spice viburnum)

Viburnum carlesii - A slow-growing, upright, rounded, deciduous shrub which typically matures to 4-5' tall but may reach a height of 8' in optimum growing conditions. Red buds open in late March/early April to pink-changing-to-white flowers which are arranged in snowball-like clusters to 3" across. Flowers are very fragrant. Flowers give way to non-showy, berry-like drupes which mature to blue-black in late summer. Broad dark green leaves are infrequently flushed with copper. Foliage usually turns dull red in fall, but may sometimes display attractive shades of wine-red to burgundy. Slowly reaches 4 to 6 ft. tall and wide; up to 8 ft. tall with age. Family : Caprifoliaceae   

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Viburnum carlesii (Korean spice viburnum)

Viburnum carlesii (Korean spice viburnum)

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