So named because of the wonderful, bright blue berries in late summer that follow the white clusters of flowers in May-June. This deciduous cultivar is a fast grower with a good, dense habit so as well as a specimen plant can also be used for hedging. Leaves are a mid green with toothed edge and turn an attractive purple-red in the autumn. Plant in fertile, well drained soil in full sun for best growth and flowering.
- Position: full sun/part shade
- Soil: any fertile, well drained soil
- Eventual Size: 2 metres
- Habit: bushy, dense
- Foliage: toothed, green leaves, deciduous
- Common Names: Arrowwood viburnum
Prune to required size in autumn/winter.
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