Red Balloon (TM) Viburnum ‘Redell’

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If you love the ornamental drupes of some Viburnums, don’t skip over this one. ‘Red Balloon’ (TM) Viburnum is appropriately named for its clusters of bright red fruit that is sure to attract both you and the birds and butterflies. Fortunately, the deer should stay away.

US Hardiness Zone:4a
Berry Color: Bright red
Size (Height/Width)6-8 ft tall
6-8 ft wide
Exposure:Sun to part shade
Bloom Time(s):
Growth Rate:Average
Native Country:Cultivar (No native area)
Flowering Season:Spring
Flower Color:White
Fragrant?:Yes
Full Botanical Name:Red Balloon (TM) Viburnum 'Redell' USPP 24,227, Can PBRAF

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Content Sources: 1. Garden Crossings 2. Proven Winners, LLC.

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  1. pam love

    I was going to purchase one viburnum Redell until I noticed on the tag it said to plany in the company of a v. mohican or a v.rhytidophyloides Allegeny. I don’t have room for more than one. Does it need the other two to pollinate and have the berries. Please advise. I would want the plant to be stunning on its own. Thanks. Pam

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