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Winter-flowering Viburnum 'Charles Lamont'   /   Viburnum bodnantense Charles Lamont

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Winter-flowering Viburnum 'Charles Lamont' - Viburnum bodnantense 'Charles Lamont' (latin)

Geographical origins: Obtained in the Bodnant garden in Wales.
Adult size: Height up to 3m, spread up to 2m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Any, preferably rich and moist.
Climate: Hardy to -20°C.
Site: Partial shade to full sun.
Toxicity: Its fruits are poisonous for humans.

Characteristics and uses:
The Winter Flowering Viburnum 'Charles Lamont' has an unrivalled fragrance throughout its entire blooming period, from November to March. The flowers open dark pink to start with before turning pinkish-white at the end of blossom. Plant it in a flowering bed or on its own near walkways, or again in a big tub on the terrace or a balcony. With a medium growth, it has to be left to grow at least for 4 years before pruning. Pruning always takes place after blossom in order to restore balance to its shape.

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