Viburnum lantana – Wayfaringtree

Viburnum lantana


Viburnum lantana is a nice, early-blooming selection that can adapt to dry, alkaline growing conditions. This insect/disease resistant species does best in well-drained soils. Although it keeps its leaves late into fall, the fall color is disappointing. The fruits, however, are somewhat attractive and serve as food for birds.

US Hardiness Zone:4a
Berry Color: Changing from yellow to red to black
Size (Height/Width)10-15 ft tall
Exposure:Sun to part shade
Bloom Time(s):Early to mid May
Growth Rate:
Native Country:United States, Canada, Europe, West Asia
Flowering Season:Spring
Flower Color:Off-white
Full Botanical Name:Viburnum lantana

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Content Sources: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team, Gary Kling – University of Illinois

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