Guide to identifying Viburnums
it a viburnum?
Guide to viburnums by David Swaciak.
Leaf drawings by
images by Paul Weston & Craig Cramer
- 2 to 4 inches long, 1 to 2 inches wide
- Elliptical to egg-shaped
- Teeth closely spaced
- Leaf surface smooth top and bottom
- Small, creamy white flowers in flat clusters
3 to 4.5 inches in diameter
- Blooms mid to late May
- Held in pendulous (drooping) clusters
- Color changes from green to yellow,
pink, rose and finally to blue-black
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