Monday, March 16, 2009

Viburnum macrocephalum

AKA Chinese Snowball Viburnum. What a beauty, I tell ya. This deciduous little shrub does best in part shade & the literature out there says that it does not really require much to thrive. It grows to a bit over 10 feet and blooms in early to mid spring with these huge hydrangea-like white pompons. Pretty, no?
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