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A picture of a Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

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Full Sun
Moderate watering
Half-hardy

10a

USDA zone

-1°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

3m

Max

3m

2m

Min

2m

Flowering

    • spring
    • summer
    • autumn
    • winter

    Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens Overview

    This species is an upright deciduous shrub. The leaves are borne on arching branches and are dark green, ovate to rounded and toothed and will turn yellow-red in the autumn. The flowers are small, tubular blooms borne in terminal corymbs in late spring and early summer and they are followed by blue-black fruits.

    Common problems with Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

    How to propagate Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

    Cuttings

    Propagate from cuttings in the summer or from seed in autumn.

    Seed

    Other uses of Viburnum dentatum var. pubescens

    Grown for their foliage, autumn colour (in many deciduous species), flowers and, often fruits. Suitable for northern and eastern aspects. Suitable for coastal conditions.