Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Viburnum Emerald Lustre Fast growing shrub to 3-4m with large, lustrous, leaves, developing a bronzey blush. Viburnum … The leaves droop as temperatures approach freezing. This is a hybrid between V. japonicum and V. dilatatum. Fruit are red and mature to purple-black. Plants are heat tolerant and will grow well in most areas, but will not tolerate drought. clusters open in March or April. Their flowers range from sweetly fragrant to unpleasantly scented and are primarily creamy white, but can vary from white to pink. Insects, Diseases and Other Plant Problems: This plant cannot tolerate wet soil. ‘Roseum’ is known as European or common snowball. To preserve flowers, wait to prune until just after bloom. They are followed by red to black fruit in July to August. This is probably the most shade tolerant evergreen viburnum. Join our mailing list to receive the latest updates from HGIC. ‘Mrs. Contact Us, Viburnum odoratissimum – ‘Sweet Viburnum’ Plants and Hedges. … It is a good choice where a rapid growing screen is needed. Container grown plants can be planted at that time, but extra attention will need to be given to watering through the summer heat. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. This species grows best in the upper Piedmont of South Carolina, and may grow 8 to 10 feet tall and wide. ... New growth is soft, copper bronze. Not deep shade. It is less cold hardy than the species. The flowers are clove-scented, white, 2- to 3-inch clusters, opening in March to April. All recommendations are for South Carolina conditions and may not apply to other areas. The foliage ranges from glossy green to a dull, dark green, velvet appearance to foliage that is thick and leathery. Awabuki Viburnum (V. awabuki): Awabuki viburnum grows in a strongly upright form, 15 to 20 feet tall by 10 to 15 feet wide. Sandankwa Viburnum (V. suspensum): Plants grow 6 to 12 feet high with a spreading habit and coarse, dense texture. Fruit is produced sparsely. White flowers are produced in 2- to 4-inch flattened cymes in the spring. The growth habit is strongly upright and multi-stemmed, growing 10 to 15 feet tall. 2.5L Pot. Viburnum odoratissimum ‘Emerald Lustre’ A luxurious evergreen that will give you a hedge that will add vibrancy and style to your landscape. Lustrous, dark green leaves with the three impressed veins is characteristic of David viburnum (Viburnum davidii). The individual florets grow in clusters usually found at the ends of branches. Flowers are in 2 inch wide clusters opening in March to April. Cloned (i.e. Viburnum odoratissimum var. The dark green leaves turn orange-red in fall. Deep soak even well-established plants during long dry spells. This species is very similar to V. dilatatum, but with glabrous stems and larger leaves. Aphids, thrips, spider mites, scale, root weevils and plant parasitic nematodes can be problems, also. Plants should be spaced at least 4 to 10 feet apart, depending on the mature size of the cultivar. Viburnum Emerald Lustre is a fast and densely growing shrub … Although most viburnums are not seriously troubled by diseases or pests, several problems can occur, particularly when plants are stressed or in poor growing conditions. It prefers sun to part shade, is highly tolerant of heat, drought and wind, and grows best in the Piedmont. The cultivar `Emerald Lustre’ has larger leaves and `Nanum’ is a dwarf form. They are followed by black berries in late summer. It grows best in the Piedmont. Service Viburnum (V. utile): This viburnum is not often grown as a species but has produced some excellent hybrids. It grows as an attractive, dense, rounded plant, 6 to 10 feet tall and is a suckering shrub. The individual florets grow in clusters usually found at the ends … awabuki). ‘Shasta’ is a broad, spreading selection. Berries are red to shiny black. This species has excellent fall color with leaves turning bright pink to reddish purple in fall. This is a cross of ‘Cayuga’ and, ‘Conoy’ is a dense, evergreen with a spreading form to 5 feet tall and 8 feet wide. ‘Chicago Lustre’ is a 10 foot tall, upright selection with dark glossy foliage. The cultivar 'Emerald Luster' was selected by Dr. Michael Dirr from the University of Georgia and may be available for purchase. The Best Fertilizer for Viburnums. With white flowers and attractive leaves, viburnum plants -- usually shrubs -- add color and life to a garden. Viburnum odoratissimum var. Flat clusters of white flowers in late May to June are followed by highly ornamental mixed-color clusters of green, pink, red and blue fruits that eventually mature to black in August to October. Viburnums are mostly moderate- to fast-growing plants. Lantanaphyllum Viburnum (V. x rhytidophylloides): This semi-evergreen to evergreen viburnum is similar in appearance to leatherleaf viburnum. Selections are often denser. Viburnum odoratissimum – Sweet Viburnum Viburnum odoratissimum commonly know as ‘Sweet Viburnum’ is a fast growing evergreen species well suited a large dense screening plant or hedge. It prefers moist, but well drained soil, and some shade. Bitchiu viburnum grows well in both sun or part shade and tolerates most soils as long as they are well-drained. Spicily fragrant, 2 to 3-inch flower clusters open in March or April. The shiny leaves are quite distinctive from the dull, dark green, blunt-tip leaves of the species. The leaves are always arranged opposite one another on the stems. Viburnums are relatively deer-resistant shrubs. Smaller, but showy, white flower clusters of Japanese snowball viburnum (Viburnum plicatum f. plicatum) in late April. Incorporate organic soil conditioner at planting, so that the future root area of the planting bed contains 10 to 20 percent organic matter. Position – Full sum to a little shade. The genus Viburnum is immense, and choosing the right selection for your garden is not easy. Both grow to 8 to 9 feet tall and wide, and are very similar in habit. Flowers are fragrant and white, and berries are red. David viburnum may take cold damage if a warm winter is followed by late frosts. Most are frost hardy with the exception of Viburnum odoratissimum "Emerald Lustre" which will only tolerate a light frost. Japanese Viburnum (V. japonicum): Plants are evergreen and grow 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. Viburnum odoratissimum 'Emerald Lustre' is a fast growing evergreen large shrub to small tree. It will grow best in partial shade and moist, but well drained soil in the Piedmont. Many viburnums flower best in full sun, but light preferences vary from full sun to mostly shade. Growth habit is open and upright in the species. Origin: Asia Habit: Bushy evergreen shrub Common Names: Sweet Viburnum Height: 6m Width: 4m Growth Rate: Fast Foliage: Green, Leathery, Oval Flowers: Yes Flower Description: Clusters … The following cultivars of Japanese viburnum are semi-evergreen. This is a cross of, ‘Eskimo’ is semi-evergreen. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. In general, a viburnum plant will grow anywhere from 1 foot to more than 2 feet in a year. When planted together, they ensure an especially heavy berry set. 30-50cm. Japanese viburnum will grow throughout the state. Small, loose clusters of fragrant pink flowers bloom in winter but may be damaged by freezes. ‘Spring Bouquet’ is compact and rounded in form, reaching 5 to 6 feet in height and width. The white flowers consist of 2- to 4- inch clusters of small fertile blossoms ringed with larger, sterile blossoms for a lace cap effect. Used as a hedge, filler in the back of the border or as a low windbreak, Emerald Lustre can be frost tender but has few other problems. ‘Spring Bouquet’ laurustinus viburnum (Viburnum tinus) in bloom during early March. Many species will tolerate summer heat better if planted where they receive afternoon shade or shade during the hottest part of the day. ‘Catskill’ is a slow-growing, compact cultivar, growing 6 feet tall by 8 feet wide. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension, Very fragrant, white flowers of ‘Cayuga’ viburnum (Viburnum x carlcephalum). It is drought and heat tolerant. The Korean viburnum, Viburnum carlesii, is deciduous and in early spring has a wonderful cluster of pink buds and an absolutely beautiful perfume. This species grows best in the upper Piedmont in full sun or part shade, and tolerates moist to wet soil. ‘Emerald Luster’ has exceptionally nice lustrous foliage. Occasional pruning will help encourage density. It has very dense, small, semi-evergreen, early emerging foliage and is suitable for hedging. It is often attacked by aphids, which distort new growth. Cream-colored flowers in late spring are followed by blue to blue-black fruit. Cream-colored flowers of arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) are held in 4-inch wide cymes during early May. Stems are red. Witherod Viburnum (V. cassinoides): Witherod is native to the mountains and upper Piedmont of South Carolina. It is resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Caprifoliaceae. Clusters of pale pink buds open to highly fragrant, white flowers in late spring to … They appear in mid-to late spring. The nearly round, gray green leaves are 2 to 5 inches in diameter. Chuck Burgess, ©2007 HGIC, Clemson Extension. It grows well throughout the state, prefers part shade, is heat tolerant and also tolerates wet soil. It is grown primarily for winter bloom. Bright red fruit of linden viburnum (Viburnum dilatatum) in October. Many cultivars are available. It bears clusters … This tough, durable plant has loads of creamy white flowers in spring. Fruit are red, which finally turn to a glossy black. Its dense, spreading, evergreen habit makes sweet viburnum suitabl… While the plant is hardy to 0 °F once established, leaves may suffer cold damage if temperatures dip below 10 °F. This species tolerates deep shade and dry soil, provided it is also high in organic matter. Propagation is by cuttings or layerings. ‘Mohawk’ has red buds, which are showy long before they expand into white spicy-fragrant flowers. ‘Chenaultii’ has a finer texture and habit, and is later-blooming than the species. ‘Variegata’ has conspicuously creamy yellow variegations along the leaf margins. ‘Erie’ grows 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide, with profuse, unusually colored coral-red fruit that persist into spring. Possum-Haw Viburnum (V. nudum): Possum-haw is closely related to Witherod viburnum (V. cassinoides). Large, showy, white flower clusters of Chinese snowball viburnum (Viburnum macrocephalum) in late April. The compact rounded shrub has white, flat-topped flowers followed by persistent green … Bright red fruit mature to black. In general, heavy fruit set is only reliable when at least 2 different cultivars or seedlings of the same species are planted together. Emerald Triumph viburnum is a cross between Viburnum rhytidophylloides ‘Allegheny’ and Viburnum burejaeticum. This name is sometimes mistakenly given to sweet viburnum (V. odoratissimum), a much different, larger plant. For some reason, the species has fallen out of favor as a small tree in recent years, but it is often used as a screen or clipped hedge. Viburnum flowers attract many butterflies, and the fruit clusters are popular with birds and other wildlife. Growth rate: moderate Bloom: White in the summer. Maple-like leaves are dark green, turning yellow to red or purple in fall. Foliage may be damaged if temperatures fall below 10 °F. Burkwood viburnum is both heat and pollution tolerant. European Cranberrybush (V. opulus var. Prefers full sun to part shade, and grows best in the upper Piedmont. Copyright © 2020 Clemson UniversityClemson Cooperative Extension | 103 Barre Hall Clemson, SC 29634864-986-4310 | Contact UsHGIC@clemson.edu, Rain Garden Plants: Muhlenbergia capillaris – Muhly Grass, College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, Centipedegrass Yearly Maintenance Program. A variety of fungal leaf spots and a bacterial leaf spot are fairly common on viburnums. americanum). Burkwood Viburnum (V. x burkwoodii): Burkwood viburnum is semi-evergreen, 8 to 10 feet tall and wide, with glossy dark green leaves that turn dark red in winter. ‘Compactum’ grows only 4 to 5 feet high and wide, and is extremely dense growing. Oblong fruit are dark red. Plants sucker and can form large colonies. Small clusters of white, scented flowers appear in Spring time. 25-35cm. Viburnum awabuki Much confusion exists in the trade as to the taxonomic designation for V. awabuki . Many cultivars are available. The fruit is red, aging to black, and appears in early to mid-summer. Flowers are fragrant, white with a pink tinge in 2-to 4-inch panicles. It grows 10 feet tall by 12 feet wide, with profuse, large, pure white flower clusters. It may be severely damaged by cold winters if temperatures dip into the mid to low teens. Potted specimens supplied at.75 to 1m … It grows well in sun and shade, most soil types and has good heat and drought tolerance. Use pesticides only according to the directions on the label. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Botanical Name. Doublefile viburnum grows best in the Piedmont, preferring moist but well drained soil, and some shade. Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium): Native to the mountains and upper Piedmont of South Carolina, this species grows slowly to 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide, and has dark green leaves with three lobes, like maple leaves. It is essentially pest free. Colorful fruit contribute to fall color on many species. Cluster of bright red, ½-inch long fruit of tea viburnum (Viburnum setigerum) in November. Koreanspice Viburnum (V. carlesii): This species grows 4 to 8 feet tall and wide, with a dense, rounded habit. The flowers are very fragrant, long-lasting, white, 4- to 5-inch clusters that open in March to early April. The cultivar ‘Emerald Lustre’ has larger leaves and ‘Nanum’ is a dwarf form. The fall color is bright orange to red purple. Plants grow best in the Piedmont, in full sun or partial shade. It is an upright, rounded, small tree or multi-stemmed shrub to 12 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide. ‘Eskimo’ is a hybrid between. Viburnum 'Emerald Lustre' Viburnum odoratissimum 'Emerald Lustre' - Emerald Lustre. Fast growing with large leathery bright green lustrous foliage. The leaves are similar to those of fragrant snowball, turning burgundy to purple in fall. The flowers are small, cream and sweetly perfumed, in … Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. It forms a dense, wide mass, 3 to 5 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. Bodnant Viburnum (V. x bodnantense): This rather open, coarse plant grows to 10 feet or more. ‘Willowwood’ has lustrous leaves, an arching habit, and often reblooms in fall. Bracted Arrowwood, Bracted Viburnum, Emerald Luster Viburnum. It is also native to South Carolina. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. I include ‘Emerald Lustre’, a cultivar of Viburnum odoratissimum, in this list, even though others have tried to tell me it is less disease prone. The dark green, 4-inch leaves turn yellow to reddish purple in fall. This species is tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions, including high pH soils, heavy clay soils and heavy shade, but prefers well drained soil. Viburnums are excellent hedge or screen plants, foundation shrubs or specimen plants, depending on the mature height of the selection. The leaves are 2 to 3 inches long and grayish green, turning purple in fall. Leatherleaf Viburnum (V. rhytidophyllum): This evergreen species has large, shiny, dark, leathery leaves. Fruit are red, ovoid ⅓-inch long, and very showy. The flowers start green and change to white. Fall color varies from yellow to purple and red. Pests This tree is usually fairly pest-free. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Flowers are not followed by fruit, but this species often re-blooms in late summer or fall. David Viburnum (V. davidii): This is an exceptionally attractive, evergreen, low-growing shrub with parallel-veined, dark blue-green, leathery leaves. ‘Alleghany’ has extra dark, leathery leaves, abundant flowering and a rounded habit. Light infestations of scale bugs can be scraped off by hand, and heavier ones can be treated with … This large group of plants consists of more than 150 species and numerous named cultivars. opulus): This species grows 10 to 15 feet tall and wide with arching branches. ‘Winterthur’ grows 6 feet tall and wide with glossy, green foliage that turns red in fall. Black Haw (V. prunifolium): Black haw is native throughout South Carolina. The late-spring flowers are creamy white, flat-topped clusters, up to 3 inches across. Listed below are some common species and their cultivars. Follow all directions, precautions and restrictions that are listed. If an overgrown plant needs to be renewal pruned, this should be done in the early spring. Viburnum 'Emerald Lustre' is a fast growing and hardy shrub with shiny large leaves and pink-bronze new growth. ‘Asian Beauty’ is an upright form to 10 feet tall with long-lasting, cherry-red fruit. Flowers are creamy white, in 2 to 4 inch wide clusters, opening in late March to April. Viburnum tinus 'Emerald Beauty' quantity. An excellent web site from Cornell University for identification of viburnum species is: http://www.hort.cornell.edu/vlb/key/index.html. Fall coloration is an attractive feature of viburnums with leaf colors ranging from a glossy red to scarlet or purple. The species grows as an upright, rounded, small tree, 12 to 20 feet tall if unpruned. It grows in sun or shade, in well drained soil. APPEARANCE : Fast-growing large evergreen shrub with vibrant lime-green glossy foliage that becomes a rich shade once mature.New growth flushed with soft copper tones. Flower clusters with small, white fragrant blooms of Japanese viburnum (Viburnum japonicum) in April. Fruit are ovoid, metallic blue that age to black. The flowers are somewhat unpleasant smelling, white clusters in late spring, followed by abundant bright red, shiny fruit from mid-fall until at least December. Karen Russ, ©2007 HGIC, Clemson Extension. ‘Blue Muffin’ grows to 5 to 7 feet tall and 2 to 4 feet wide. Large, leathery, medium to light green, highly lustrous leaves and clusters of extremely fragrant, small, white flowers, completely covering the plant in springtime, make Awabuki sweet viburnum a plant with great potential. Clear: Quantity. This information is supplied with the understanding that no discrimination is intended and no endorsement of brand names or registered trademarks by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service is implied, nor is any discrimination intended by the exclusion of products or manufacturers not named. Karen Russ, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. A little piece in a vase would fill the room … Propagating … Many selections are available, including: Japanese Snowball (V. plicatum f. plicatum): This shrub grows 8 to 15 feet tall and wide. It is good for hedging and screening. awabuki has large glossy leaves and flower panicles, and beautiful red berries. It flowers a bit later than ‘Chesapeake’. The height and spread of most viburnums can be regulated with selective thinning pruning in early spring. Plants grow 8 to 12 feet tall in an upright, somewhat leggy form. Most often, it is listed as a selection of V. odoratissimum , however mature plants have no growth … Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. It does not produce fruit. ‘Mariesii’ is noted for its layered, horizontal branching and large white flower clusters. A close relative of arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum), V.bracteatum is a useful and adaptable medium-sized deciduous shrub from a small area of the state of Georgia. If this document didn’t answer your questions, please contact HGIC at email@example.com or 1-888-656-9988. The flowers are pure white, in 3-to 4-inch round snowball type clusters. Pinkish-red fruit of burkwood viburnum (Viburnum x burkwoodii) mature to glossy black in late September. Lustrous leaves of ‘Chindo’ awabuki viburnum (Viburnum. It is variable in size, growing 6 to 15 feet tall and as wide. Grow 2 cultivars or seedlings together for best berry set. Unfortunately, the flowers have no fragrance. Joey Williamson, ©2014 HGIC, Clemson Extension. Flowers are most abundant in full sun, but afternoon or dappled shade will help prevent summer wilting. Berries are bright, metallic blue, but are borne only if two separate clones of the plant are grown together. Viburnum 'Emerald Lustre'. Some of the small-leafed evergreen viburnums can be sheared, but be aware that shearing will remove most flower buds and/or berries. Growth rate in moderate to fast. Previously viburnums were included in the plant family Caprifoliaceae; however, recently they have been moved into the family Adoxaceae, along with elderberries (Sambucusspecies). Plant Common Name. ‘Chippewa’ has glossy foliage and maroon to bright red fall color. At times of the year I swear someone polishes the leaves, so … It prefers moist, well-drained soil in sun or part shade and grows well in most areas of the state, except for the lower Coastal Plain. Propagation is by cuttings or layerings. It has excellent fruit set and red fall color. It is very similar in appearance and habit, but the leaves are more lustrous. It makes a good screening plant. This plant grows best in the south and eastern edges of the coastal plains. ‘Iroquois’ has a dense, rounded habit with large, textured, dark green leaves in summer and orange-red to maroon fall color. Prefers full sun to part shade, and grows best in the Piedmont. This viburnum will grow in wet to dry soils, in sun to part shade. Chinese Snowball (V. macrocephalum): Chinese snowball grows to 12 to 20 feet tall with a dense, rounded form. awabuki has large glossy leaves and flower panicles, and beautiful red berries. Bitchiu Viburnum (V. bitchiuense): This species of viburnum is closely related to the Koreanspice. The dark, leathery leaves have a pronounced wooly, light gray underside. Viburnum … The leaves are 2 to 5 inches long and dark, leathery green. It does best in the upper Piedmont. Produces dark scarlet fruit. ‘Cayuga’ fruit matures to black in late summer. … For further information on problems on viburnums, refer to the fact sheet HGIC 2057, Viburnum Diseases & Insect Pests. Leaves turn reddish purple in fall. General Description. If you do have a frost free area this is a wonderful plant to add a lush tropical look … The white flowers open in early April and are not striking, but the heavy production of scarlet fruit from September to late fall is outstanding. The fungus is mostly found on the upper leaf … Pinkish-lavender fall color of American cranberrybush viburnum (Viburnum opulus var. Japanese snowball grows best in the Piedmont. ‘Emerald Lustre’ has pink tinged new growth, with lustrous green mature leaves. It blooms in April with 2- to 4-inch clusters of small fertile flowers edged with large, sterile flowers, giving a lace cap effect. Description. Previously viburnums were included in the plant family Caprifoliaceae; however, recently they have been moved into the family Adoxaceae, along with elderberries (Sambucus species). 1.0L Pot. The fruit is a drupe, with a fleshy coat and a hard endocarp, which contains a single seed. All recommendations for pesticide use are for South Carolina only and were legal at the time of publication, but the status of registration and use patterns are subject to change by action of state and federal regulatory agencies. Linden Viburnum (V. dilatatum): Linden viburnum grows to 8 to10 feet tall and not quite as wide.
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