Viburnum shrubs are versatile and beautiful plants that belong to the family Adoxaceae. With over 150 species, these deciduous or evergreen shrubs are known for their stunning foliage, showy flowers, and colorful berries. Viburnum shrubs typically range in height from 2 to 20 feet, depending on the species.
Their leaves are usually oval or lance-shaped, and they vary in color from deep green to reddish-purple or golden hues in autumn. The shrubs produce clusters of fragrant, white or pink flowers in spring, attracting bees and butterflies. These flowers are followed by berries that change in color as they mature, ranging from red, blue, or black.
Viburnum shrubs thrive in a wide range of climates and soil conditions, making them adaptable to various landscapes. They are commonly used as hedges, foundation plantings, or ornamental focal points in gardens. Their low maintenance requirements, attractive foliage, and abundant blooms make viburnum shrubs a popular choice for both amateur and experienced gardeners seeking beauty and versatility in their landscapes.
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