Viburnum atrocyaneum – Evergreen

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Head down south with this warm-climate, evergreen Viburnum. Viburnum atrocyaneum may not have the best cold hardiness (USDA Hardiness Zone 7a), but it’s greenish white flowers in late Spring and blue drupes during winter make this small Himalayan shrub a qualified candidate for southern gardeners wanting a bush with multiple seasons of interest.

US Hardiness Zone:7a
Berry Color: Blue
Size (Height/Width)3-4 ft tall
3-4 ft wide
Exposure:Full sun to shade
Bloom Time(s):Late May/Early June
Growth Rate:Slow to Average
Native Country:Himalayan Mountains in South Asia
Flowering Season:Late Spring
Flower Color:Greenish white
Fragrant?:No
Full Botanical Name:Viburnum atrocyaneum

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Content Sources: 1. BlueBell Arboretum and Nursery 2. Classic Viburnums

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