Information About Viburnum

Growing Dwarf Viburnums – Learn About Small Viburnum Shrubs

By Teo Spengler

Viburnums are among the most popular shrubs for home gardens, providing many seasons of garden interest. However, due to the size these plants can grow, not every gardener has a space big enough to accommodate them. Click here for dwarf viburnum varieties.

Nannyberry Care – Learn How To Grow Nannyberries In The Landscape

By Teo Spengler

Nannyberry plants are large native tree-like shrubs native to the U.S. They have glossy foliage that turns red in fall as well as attractive fruit. For more information about nannyberry shrubs, or information on how to grow nannyberries, this article will help.

Viburnum Pest Control: Learn About Pests Affecting Viburnums

By Liz Baessler

Viburnums are a diverse group of flowering shrubs that are very popular in the garden. Unfortunately, they?re often preyed upon by a wide range of pests. Learn more about the insects affecting viburnums and how to go about controlling viburnum insect pests in this article.

Why Viburnum Leaves Are Curling: Reasons For Leaf Curl In Viburnums

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

What causes viburnum leaf curl? When viburnum leaves are curling, there's a good chance that pests are to blame, and aphids are the usual suspects. Learn about treating viburnum leaf curl caused by aphids in the article that follows.

Guelder Rose Viburnums – How To Care For Guelder Rose Plants

By Liz Baessler

Guelder rose viburnums (Viburnum opulus) are deciduous shrubs or trees suited to smaller landscape settings. Learn more guelder rose information, like tips on guelder rose growing and how to care for a guelder rose viburnum in this article.

Leatherleaf Viburnum Care: Growing A Leatherleaf Viburnum

By Jackie Carroll

Are you looking for a showy shrub for a shady location where most shrubs fail to thrive? We may know just what you're looking for. The leatherleaf viburnum's creamy white blossoms never fail, even when the shrub is planted in the shade. Learn more here.

Koreanspice Viburnum Care: Growing Koreanspice Viburnum Plants

By Liz Baessler

With its small size, dense growing pattern and showy flowers, Koreanspice viburnum is an excellent choice for a specimen shrub as well as border plant. So how do you go about growing this viburnum in your garden? Find more info on Koreanspice viburnum here.

Judd Viburnum Care – How To Grow A Judd Viburnum Plant

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

With over 150 species of viburnum shrubs and heights between 2-25 feet (0.6-7.5 m.), there's a variety that can fit into any landscape. With so much variety, it may be hard to sort through the pros and cons of each viburnum. Judd viburnum plants have everything. Learn more here.

Mapleleaf Viburnum Information – Tips On Growing Mapleleaf Viburnums

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Mapleleaf viburnum shrubs are hardy additions to the landscape and work perfectly in planned native gardens. Click the following article to learn how to care for a Mapleleaf viburnum and what surprises you can expect from this plant.

David Viburnum Care – Tips On Growing David Viburnum Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

David viburnum is a showy evergreen shrub that displays attractive, glossy, blue-green foliage year round with clusters of small white flowers in spring and metallic blue berries later in the season. If this has piqued your interest, click here for more information.

Southern Arrowwood Shrub Care – How To Grow Southern Arrowwood Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Southern Arrowwood viburnums have all the charm of their introduced cousins plus a hardiness to a variety of climates that makes them very useful in the landscape. As an added bonus, Southern Arrowwood shrub care is a breeze. Learn more here.

Low Growing Viburnums: Can You Use Viburnum As Ground Cover

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Many of us gardeners have that one spot in our yards that is truly a pain to mow. Generally, a large go-to plant for trouble areas, low growing viburnums can be used as a ground cover in out-of-the-way sunny or shady spots. Learn more about them here.

Rooting Viburnum Cuttings: How To Propagate Viburnum From Cuttings

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Propagating viburnum from cuttings is the most effective way to replicate the bush. A few techniques and tricks are necessary to enhance rooting and ensure your new plants thrive. Learn how to propagate viburnum from cuttings in this article.

Variegated Viburnum Plants: Tips On Growing Variegated Leaf Viburnums

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Most viburnums have glossy or dull green foliage, often with contrasting pale undersides. However, there are a few types of variegated leaf viburnums with splashy, mottled leaves. Learn more about three popular types of variegated viburnum in this article.

Japanese Snowball Care: Learn About Japanese Snowball Trees

By Teo Spengler

These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy. Click this article for more Japanese snowball information, including how to plant a Japanese snowball tree.

Sweet Viburnum Care: Growing Sweet Viburnum Bushes

By Teo Spengler

Growing sweet viburnum bushes adds the delightful element of fragrance to your garden. This member of the large viburnum family offers showy, snowy spring blossoms with a very appealing scent. For sweet viburnum information, click here.

Brown Viburnum Leaves: Why Leaves Turn Brown On Viburnum

By Teo Spengler

Sometimes the plant does have disease problems that cause brown viburnum leaves. Why do viburnum leaves turn brown? Click this article for information about the different reasons you might see brown leaves on viburnum plants.

Diseases Affecting Viburnum: Learn About Viburnum Disease Treatment

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

There are more than 150 species of Viburnum with many available for problem areas of the garden. Plants that are not well taken care of can occasionally develop viburnum diseases, primarily fungal issues. Learn more in this article.

Container Grown Viburnums: Caring For Potted Viburnum Shrubs

By Liz Baessler

Viburnum is a plant for all seasons that never fails to disappoint. But can you grow viburnum plants in pots? Find more information about growing viburnum in containers and caring for potted viburnum shrubs in this article.

Highbush Cranberry Plants: Caring For American Cranberry Shrubs

By Jackie Carroll

It might surprise you to learn that the American highbush cranberry isn't a member of the cranberry family. It is actually a viburnum, and it has many features that make it an ideal edible landscape shrub. Click here for American cranberry bush information.

Viburnum Problems: Why Won’t My Viburnum Bush Flower

By Kristi Waterworth

Their many shapes and sizes make viburnum shrubs ideal for practically any landscape. Non-flowering viburnums can be a huge disappointment, however. Learn how to fix blooming issues in this article.

Viburnum plicatum, Japanese snowball

The Viburnum plicatum ‘Mary Milton’, shown here, is one of the rare viburnums that offer such beautiful pink blooming.

Viburnum plicatum facts

NameViburnum plicatum ‘Mary Milton’

FamilyAdoxaceae (formerly Caprifoliaceae)
Type – shrub

Height – 10 feet (3 meters)
Exposure – full sun or part sun
Soil – ordinary, well drained

Foliage – deciduous
Flowering – May to October

A spring-blooming shrub, it decorates gardens and terraces in a most elegant manner.

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