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Viburnum odortissimum

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pot size: 14cm
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Fast growing evergreen, Viburnum odortissimum is a dense shrub that grows up to 4 meters tall. With distinctly large leathery oval green leaves and fragrant small white flowers in spring it makes an ideal ornamental addition to any garden, particularly when sprouting red berries in autumn. 
Viburnum odoratissimum, commonly known as Sweet Viburnum or Sweet-Scents Viburnum, is a large, evergreen shrub that is native to Asia. It is grown for its dense foliage and sweetly fragrant, white flowers that appear in spring.
The leaves of Viburnum odoratissimum are dark green, shiny, and oval-shaped, and they can grow up to 15 cm long. The shrub typically grows 3-4mt tall and wide, with a rounded or vase-shaped form. In the spring, the plant produces clusters of small, white flowers that are highly fragrant and attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The flowers are followed by red to black berries that mature in late summer and early fall.
Viburnum odoratissimum is a hardy plant that is relatively easy to grow. It prefers well-draining soil and full sun to partial shade, though it can tolerate some shade. It is drought-tolerant once established and does not require much maintenance. The plant can be pruned in late winter or early spring to control its size and shape.
Overall, Viburnum odoratissimum is an excellent choice for gardeners looking for a large, low-maintenance shrub that provides year-round interest with its dense foliage, fragrant flowers, and colorful berries. It can be used as a hedge or screen plant, as a specimen plant in mixed borders, or as a backdrop for other flowering shrubs and perennials.
Viburnum odortissimum is available from Online Plants, Australia's leading e-commerce plant nursery. Located in Melbourne we offer fast, accurate and careful plant delivery to all Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Brisbane, metropolitan and regional areas.
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