A sister seedling to Viburnum bodnantense 'Dawn', differing in that the white and pink flowers are slightly larger than 'Dawn', with yellow anthers. The deciduous leaves are also slightly larger. The flowers are still intensely fragrant, and present throughout the dullest months, from November to March so is perfectly placed next to a path or gate. Grows in moist, well drained soil in a sheltered sight in full sun/part shade. Hardy, eventual height 2.5m, width 1.5m.
- Position: full sun/part shade
- Soil: most moist, well drained soils
- Eventual Size: 2.5m
- Habit: upright, open
- Foliage: leaves emerge bronze, turning green
- Common Names: Viburnum 'Charles Lamont'
Prune after flowering if required.
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