Viburnum x rhytidophylloides ‘Alleghany’

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Allegany Lantanaphyllum Viburnum provides spring interest with its showy, whitish flowers and autumn interest with its red fruit (drupes). This cultivar is best used as a hedge, screen, or foundation plant. Insects and diseases typically do not affect this hardy plant. This cultivar was introduced from a self-pollinated seedling produced from a cross between Viburnum rhytidophyllum and Viburnum lantana.

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Content Sources: Missouri Botanical Garden, Gary Kling – University of Illinois, United States National Arboretum

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