A stunning French cross between Viburnum awabuki and Virburnum Winton. Has abundant panicles of white, fragrant flowers in May/June followed by red berries. Arguably, however, the most striking feature of this plant is its its colour change in autumn/winter when the leaves turn to a very attractive wine red. Semi evergreen, this wonderful shrub reaches up to 2.5 metres and will tolerate sun to shadey positions. New leaves emerge green/bronze, turning green for summer. Plant in fertile, well drained neutral to acid soil for best growth.
- Position: sun to shade
- Soil: fertile, well drained neutral to slightly acidic
- Eventual Size: 2.5m
- Habit: dense, bushy, upright
- Foliage: new leaves bronze green, turning green the red
- Common Names: Arrowwood
Pruning not necessary, trim out dead wood after flowering.
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