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Here are some other interesting cultivars and hybrids of Viburnum sp. (Arrowwood) to consider:
Autumn Jazz Viburnum. This variety was selected for its graceful vase shape habit and excellent fall color. Creamy white blooms May-June.
Blue Muffin Viburnum. Has an abundance of white flowers in spring and an impressive display of rich blue berries.
Emerald Triumph Viburnum. Emerald green, disease resistant leaves. Creamy white flowers and red and black fruit.
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Dwarf Fragrant Viburnum. Well suited to small gardens because of small stature, leaf colour, texture and fragrant flowers.
Mohican Wayfaring Tree. Compact growth suitable for hedging. Orange-red berries in early July turn to black in fall. White flowers April-May.
Hedge Viburnum. Globe shaped, compact bush. Ideal for hedge. Best grown in well-drained soil.
European Snowball. This plant has large globular clusters of flowers, produced in May/June that are most attractive. No fruit.
Maries Doublefile Viburnum. An outstanding deciduous shrub with large flowers in spring. Interesting horizontal branching habit.
Popcorn Viburnum. An awesome sight in bloom. Hundreds of small round popcorn-like balls line the branches.
Shasta Doublefile Viburnum. Slow growing selection that gets twice as wide as high. Large white masses of flowers in May.
Summer Snowflake Viburnum. This shrub flowers from spring to autumn. Small centre cluster with a ring of larger flowers.
Watanabei Viburnum. Continuous flowering from spring until frost. An outstanding, irregular dwarf specimen.
Pragense Decker Viburnum. Was selected for lustrous dark green foliage, and pink-budded flowers that open white.
Onondaga Viburnum. Young growth is a velvety-maroon, maturing to a deep green with a tinge of purple.
Bailey Compact Viburnum. This hardy shrub has beautiful foliage that offers a slight red edge when new. Deep red in fall
Burkwood Viburnum. Early blooming semi-evergreen shrub with lustrous foliage, and large fragrant flowers.
Juddi Viburnum. A good foundation plant with very fragrant flowers.
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Alleghany Viburnum. A semi-evergreen shrub with leathery dark green foliage resistant to leaf spot. Flowers in May.
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