Viburnum Carlesii Koreanspice Viburnum
Koreanspice viburnum is a must if you love fragrance in your garden. Red buds open late March/early April, to pink-changing-to-white, very fragrant flowers, arranged in snowball-like clusters.
It is slow-growing, upright, and rounded. Flowers go to non-showy, blue-black drupes by the end of Summer. birds love them!
Leaves are dark green to 4″ long and occasionally are flushed with copper. Fall foliage is usually a dull red, sometimes displays shades of wine-red to burgundy.
Full sun to partial shade with regular water.
Wildlife & pollinator friendly.
- Common Name Koreanspice Viburnum
- Zone Zone 4
- Mature Size 6'H x 7'W
- Bloom Time March to April
- Plant Type Deciduous Shrub
- Flower Color White