Viburnum setigerum – Tea



The bright red fruit of the Tea Viburnum persists from September into late Autumn and provides ornamental value to your fall landscape. Fall color is unreliable, but the leaves can sometimes turn red or red-purple. The flowering is not as intense on this species unfortunately. Nematodes and bacterial leaf spot can affect the plant.

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Content Sources: University of Connecticut, Gary Kling – University of Illinois

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