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Viburnum trilobum

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More About Viburnum trilobum

  • Flat-topped clusters of creamy-white flowers
  • Red berries are attractive to birds
  • Textured, three-lobed, green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall
  • Upright, multi-stemmed habit
  • Bloom Time: Spring

Interesting Notes:

Native to Ontario and other parts of North America.

Zone:

2

Height:

250-300 cm

Spread:

250-300 cm

Colour:

White
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Highbush Cranberry 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 trilobum Characteristics

Full Sun
Full Sun
Partial Sun/Shade
Partial Sun/Shade
Attracts Birds
Attracts Birds
Fast
Fast
Low Maintenance
Low Maintenance
Native to Ontario
Native to Ontario

Soil Moisture

Well-drained
Moist to Average
Average to Dry Soils

Attributes

Berries
Deciduous
Fall Color

Flowering Time

Spring

Habit

Clumping
Multi-stem/Clump form
Upright

Foliage Color

Green

Landscape uses

Woodland/woods edge
Naturalizing
Specimen

 Suitable Substitutions for Viburnum trilobum

Ilex verticillata

Ilex verticillata

Winterberry Holly