Guide to identifying Viburnums
it a viburnum?
Guide to viburnums by David Swaciak.
Leaf drawings by
images by Paul Weston & Craig Cramer
If the plant is a vine (climbing or trailing along the ground),
you do not have a viburnum. Return to Guide to identifying viburnums.
If the plant is a shrub (has many stems and is about 3 to 12 feet
go to 2.
Tip: On each page of the key, you'll have two choices. Pick the one that best fits your plant, then click on the link that takes you to the next choice.
Tips: All the viburnums in this guide are shrubs or small trees.
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