Viburnum x carlcephalum 'Cayuga'
More About Viburnum x carlcephalum 'Cayuga'
- Pink to reddish buds open to globose clusters of white flowers
- Spicy, sweet fragrance fills the air when in bloom
- Red berries turn black and are attractive to birds
- Velvety, dark green leaves may turn burgundy in the fall
- Rounded with upright, spreading branches
- Bloom Time: Spring
'Cayuga' differs from the species in its greater number of flowers per plant.
Cayuga 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 x carlcephalum 'Cayuga' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils
Moist to Average
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