Viburnum Plicatum Shasta
‘Shasta’ is exceptionally floriferous on its horizontal structure. Tons of white, lacecap flowers when it blooms in the late Spring, reminding many Northwesterners of its namesake, Mount Shasta.
Red maturing to black fruits in the Fall for wildlife favor. Fall also bring a majestic coat of burgundy leaves.
Smaller than the species, but still needing plenty of room.
Best flowering in full to partial sun and consistent moisture. Not choosy about soils.
Very pollinatorr and wildlife friendly.
- Common Name 'Shasta' Doublefile Viburnum
- Variety Shasta
- Zone Zone 5
- Mature Size 6'H x 10'W
- Bloom Time May
- Plant Type Deciduous Shrub
- Flower Color White