Witherod Viburnum - Viburnum Cassinoides Brush Layers
Witherod viburnum is a lovely shrub growing from five feet to twelve feet in height. This hedge grows very well in partial shade to full sun. The soil should be medium to wet, but a wide range of soils will work well. When many shrubs are planted the cross-pollination ensures the display of fruit and flowers will be spectacular. Witherod viburnum is often found near ponds, in fields, woods, marshes, and bogs.
The colors of the shrub are gorgeous with the leaves emerging in bronze tones in the spring and turning a lush dark green during the summer. In the autumn the leaves burst with orange, red and purple tones. The flowers are a beautiful creamy white. After the flowers have bloomed the shrub begins to bear green fruit. In the fall the fruit changes from pink to red to blue and finally black. The fruit is sweet and edible while the flowers attract fluttering butterflies and birds.
The withered viburnum is a sensational addition to any garden.
Witherod Viburnum is also known as Viburnum Cassinoides. Hardy planting zones are 4-8. The growth rate is 2 to 3 feet per year. The Withrow Viburnum is a fast growing shrub and will thrive in a variety of soil types. These shrubs are just perfect for planting in gardens or around a home. They will be beautiful when in bloom and bring lots of life to a garden. They are great because they will be simple to care for and will grow to be healthy.
This shrub can grow to be up to 5 or 6 feet tall and can also spread to be 5 to 6 feet wide. It will grow and thrive in full sunlight and partially shaded areas. This shrub can be trimmed to meet the desired height of a gardener or homeowner. It will look great and will have the beautiful color of purple and red in the fall months. This shrub will also have lovely cream and white flowers during the summer months. This bush is excellent to use for landscaping projects.
Witherod Viburnum Ships As – Bareroot Plant