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Spring Bouquet Viburnum

Viburnum tinus "Spring Bouquet"
    5 reviews
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Spring Bouquet Viburnum
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Spring Bouquet Viburnum

Viburnum tinus "Spring Bouquet"
    5 reviews

The Spring Bouquet Viburnum has Year-round Appeal!

  • Lovely star shaped, pink flowers fade to white
  • Butterflies dance around the fragrant blooms
  • Get out your binoculars and watch birds flock to the lavender-blue berries
  • This evergreen shrub won't leave your landscape barren in winter
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Product Details

growing zone 7-9 Growing Zones 7-9
Soil Type Adaptable, Well Drained
Sunlight Full, Partial
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Height 5-6 Feet
Mature Width 3-4 Feet
Growth Rate moderate
Bloom Color Pink
Shipping Restriction AZ

You are going to love our latest addition, the Spring Bouquet Viburnum! A lovely shrub with perennial feel, but year-round appeal!

In late winter and spring, clusters of dainty, star-shaped, pink flowers emerge from pretty pink buds. As the blooms open wide and age they fade to white providing a beautiful, little show of their very own. But this is only the beginning of what the

Spring Bouquet Viburnum has to offer! When blooming comes to a close, stunning and unique lavender to blue berries arrive. Be ready with your binoculars in summer as the birds begin to feast on these coveted berries! Are you sick of a boring, ugly landscape in winter?

No worries with the Spring Bouquet Viburnum! This evergreen shrub won't leave your landscape barren in winter! The rich, dark green foliage sticks around all year, never leaving you empty-landscaped!

This tough, little viburnum is pest and disease resistant and, yes, even deer tolerant. There is no need for pruning unless you want to maintain a certain size or shape. The Spring Bouquet Viburnum is super easy to maintain. It is drought tolerant once established, enjoys full sun to part shade, and is adaptable to just about any soil.

This plant is treasure trove of activity throughout the year, adding life to your yard! The honey-scented blooms attract butterflies in spring while the colorful berries provide nourishment for birds and wildlife in summer and fall. In winter, small birds may make the Spring Bouquet Viburnum their home, getting a nest ready to grow their family come spring.

You're thinking, 'wow so what is wrong with this awesome plant?!" Well 1 thing, it only grows in warmer zones 7-9, but with its reasonable size of 4-6 feet tall and wide you can definitely grow this plant in containers. So, cooler zones can enjoy this plant too by simply moving it to a warmer spot in winter. Remember to fertilize and water your container plants more often for best results.

Whether you grow it in the ground or a container you are sure to love all the Spring Bouquet Viburnum has to offer! Get yours today and don't miss a minute!

Spring Bouquet Viburnum Care
Plant in full sun to part shade. While the Spring Bouquet Viburnum does will in some shade, about 6 hours of sun is ideal for best blooming. A well-draining and slightly acidic soil is ideal, but this hardy viburnum is adaptable to most soils. Water deeply 2 to 3 times per week when newly planted and during establishment. Once established this viburnum is quite drought tolerant. However, it will perform best when watered deeply about once weekly during the blooming and growing season and more often in times of drought. Feed with a balanced, slow release fertilizer in early spring for best growth. If your soil is deficient fertilize in early fall as well. Prune in late winter or early spring if desired. This Viburnum does not require pruning to thrive, but tolerates pruning well. This evergreen shrub is easy to maintain, and only rarely encounters problems with disease or pests.
Landscape ideas
The Spring Bouquet Viburnum is great in mixed beds with gardenias or azaleas.  Add a crape myrtle for height and a blue juniper for color and height contrast and more year-round interest.  Try this evergreen viburnum in a formal hedge or screen.  Plant 3 or 4 feet apart for a dense screen.  Plant at least 6 feet apart in mixed beds or in spaced rows.  This viburnum is substantial enough to be a great anchor plant to soften the corners of your home.

Learn when to prune your flowering shrubs.

For additional options, be sure to browse our Viburnum and Flowering Shrubs collection.

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