Lust may be a sin, but it might also be a sin not to plant ‘Emerald Luster’ in your garden. With an abundance of flowers blooming in late Spring to early summer, ornamental bluish-black drupes, and yellow or bronze fall leaf color, Viburnum bracteatum ‘Emerald Luster’ is a definite shrub to consider for your garden. ‘Emerald Luster’ also attracts birds, which feed on the fruits.
|US Hardiness Zone:||5a|
|Berry Color:||Bluish black|
|Size (Height/Width)||10 ft tall
8-10 ft wide
|Exposure:||Full sun to part shade|
|Bloom Time(s):||Late Spring to early Summer|
|Native Country:||Cultivar (No native area)|
|Full Botanical Name:||Viburnum bracteatum 'Emerald Luster'|
Content Sources: 1. Classic Viburnums 2. Jericho Farms, Inc.