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David Viburnum - Viburnum davidii (latin)

Geographical origin: Western of China.
Adult Dimensions: Height up to 1.5m, spread up to 1.50m.
Foliage: Evergreen.
Type of soil: Moist.
Climate: Hardy up to -15°C.
Site: Shade to full sun.

Characteristics and uses:
The David Viburnum is a small shrub which has compact foliage and with a tendency to creep if planted in a shady site. In May, its flat-topped clusters of white flowers appear. The fruits that follow are rather small, egg-shaped, blue on red peduncles. These will only appear if other David Viburnums are planted nearby.

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