Viburnum davidii AGM

Viburnum davidii


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Viburnum davidii is a remarkably obliging shrub; it is hardy, tolerates shade and offers continual interest in a border or container. The almost exotic looking, lanceolate leaves are divided by three clear veins. Because they are evergreen, they provide a constant, dark green foil for the small white flowers it produces in spring, and for the metallic, blue/black berries that follow. These decorative berries remain on the plant for months.

Plant this excellent viburnum in the border to complement herbaceous plants across the season or in a container as a handsome statement shrub.

Pot size:2/3L

Common Name: David's Viburnum

Hardiness: Hardy to –18°

Height and Spread: 150cm x 150cm over 10-20 years

Preferred Soil Type: Any moderately fertile, well-drained or moist but well-drained soil

Aspect: Any

Position: Full sun, partial shade, full shade

Flowering Period: December – April

Toxicity: Please note the berries can cause an upset stomach if ingested.