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Viburnum dilatatum

Viburnum dilatatum
linden viburnum
Viburnum dilatatum
Orange-red autumn color, in late October

Common name linden viburnum
Family adoxaceae
Life cycle shrub
Flowers white (late spring)
Size to 10'

Flat-topped clusters of white flowers. Supposedly has good fruit display in fall, but ours hasn't complied yet. Perhaps it needs a pollinating companion nearby. In any case, its crinkly leaves are attractive throughout the season, and turn firy in fall.

linden viburnum
Behold, a fruit!

We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.

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Seed-starting details for this plant

  1. Seed from '04/'05 HPS/MAG exchange. Set seeded pot outside in February. Seedlings noted in April of 2006

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