Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'
More About Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'
- Flat-topped clusters of long-lasting, white blooms with a purple tinge
- Fertile florets in the centre with a sterile, outer ring
- Red fruit turns black and is attractive to birds
- Textured leaves emerge maroon, turning to bronze, then red-purple in the fall
- Upright when young, becoming rounded with age
- Bloom Time: Spring
Sargent Viburnum Growing and Maintenance Tips
Viburnum is best grown in a medium, well-drained soil, in full sun or partial shade. Prune soon after flowering so the next season's flower buds can form in summer.
Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga' Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average