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Looking to enhance your garden with vibrant foliage and charming blooms? Explore our collection of viburnum plants and shrubs at Pixies Gardens! 🌿🌸

From majestic viburnum bushes to elegant evergreen viburnums, we have everything you need to create a stunning orchard. Our selection of viburnum shrubs (sometimes known as vibernum shrub) has something for everyone.

Experience the timeless beauty of evergreen viburnum shrubs that provide year-round interest and structure to your garden. 💚Wondering where to find viburnum for sale near you? Look no further! Check out our "viburnum plants for sale" page at Pixies Gardens today!

Feel free to reach out for advice on selecting the perfect evergreen shrub viburnum for your garden or for any other queries you may have. Happy gardening! 🌱🌼


📖 History & Origin

Viburnum evergreen shrubs belong to the genus Viburnum, which is a group of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae. This genus comprises around 150-175 species, including both deciduous and evergreen varieties. With a rich history and widespread distribution across various continents, Vibernum plants have captured the attention of gardeners and botanists alike.

The history and origin of viburnum plants trace back to various regions around the world. Some species have historical significance, such as - Viburnum tinus, Korean spice viburnum, Viburnum davidii, and Viburnum opulus. While others have been cultivated for their ornamental value. Native to Europe, northern Africa, and northern Asia, these have been cultivated for centuries for their beauty and culinary uses.


🌳 Optimal Conditions for Growing Viburnums

A fully grown viburnum plant gives off white flower clusters in early spring, followed by bright red berries. People plant viburnum as small trees in their gardens because they are semi evergreen and give pink buds throughout the year. More details about viburnum bushes are given below:

Parameter 

Details 

Family 

Adoxaceae 

Growth Habit 

Evergreen shrub or small tree 

Height 

Varies by species and cultivar, typically ranging from 1 to 5 meters (3 to 16 feet tall) 

Lifespan 

Can live for several decades under optimal conditions 

Hardiness Zones 

Depends on species and cultivar; generally USDA Zones 3 to 9 

Temperature (F) 

Generally tolerant of a wide range of temperatures; optimal growth between 50°F to 70°F (10°C to 21°C) 

pH Range 

5.5 to 7.5 

Sun Exposure 

Full sun to partial shade 

Watering Needs 

Moderate; water regularly, especially during periods of drought 

Pruning Requirements 

Minimal pruning required; prune to shape and remove dead or damaged branches in late winter or early spring 

Leaf Color 

Dark green leaves 

Flowering Season 

Spring to early summer 

Flower Color 

Diverse range of colors including white, metallic blue, creamy white, orange red, and pink flowers 

Fruit Ripening Season 

Late summer to fall 

Fruit Color 

Variable, including red, orange, blue, and black, depending on species and cultivar 

Fruit Flavor 

Varies by species and cultivar; some may be sweet while others are tart 

Propagation Methods 

Softwood or hardwood cuttings, layering, or seeds 

Pests and Diseases 

Susceptible to aphids, scale insects, spider mites, and powdery mildew; may also suffer from bacterial leaf spot (especially American cranberry bush), crown gall, and root rot 

Harvesting Time 

Late summer to early fall, depending on species and cultivar 

Fertilizer Information 

Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring before new growth begins, and again in late spring or early summer. Use a slow-release fertilizer formulated for woody plants. Avoid excessive nitrogen fertilization to prevent excessive vegetative growth. 

 

💮 Additional Characteristics & Information 

  • Pollination: While some viburnum species are self-pollinating, cross-pollination can enhance fruit production in many varieties.
  • Fruit Varieties: There is a wide range of viburnum cultivars, each offering unique fruit characteristics such as size, color, and flavor.
  • Uses: Viburnum fruits are not typically consumed by humans but are valuable for wildlife. They attract birds and other animals to the garden. Some species may have medicinal uses in traditional herbal medicine.
  • Health Benefits: Although not commonly consumed by humans, viburnum fruits are rich in nutrients. They can provide essential food sources for wildlife, contributing to ecosystem health.
  • Fruit Storage: Since viburnum fruits are primarily for wildlife consumption, there is no standard practice for fruit storage. However, harvesting ripe fruits promptly can prevent them from spoiling the plant.
  • Commercial Cultivation: Viburnums are not typically cultivated on a large scale for human consumption. But, they are commonly grown in nurseries and landscaping for their ornamental value and wildlife benefits.


🪻Varieties & Types of Evergreen Viburnums Available at Pixies Gardens

Explore the diverse world of viburnum plants at Pixies Gardens! 🌿From evergreen beauties to deciduous stunners, we offer a wide array of varieties and types to suit every garden style and preference. Check out:


💡 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 

1. Does viburnum plant need full sun?

Viburnum plants generally prefer full sun to partial shade. While some species can tolerate partial shade, they typically produce more flowers and fruit when grown in full sun. However, excessive heat and direct sunlight may cause stress for certain varieties. So it's essential to consider the specific needs of the chosen cultivar when determining the ideal planting location.

2. Where best to plant viburnum shrubs?

The best location to plant viburnum shrubs depends on the species and cultivar, as well as the local climate and soil conditions. In general, viburnums thrive in well-drained soil with adequate moisture. They also appreciate slightly acidic to neutral soil pH. When choosing a planting site, consider factors such as sunlight exposure, soil quality, and spacing requirements.

3. How big does a viburnum bush get?

The size of a viburnum bush varies depending on the species and cultivar. Some species, such as Viburnum opulus, can grow as tall as 10 to 15 feet (3 to 4.5 meters) and spread equally wide. Others, like Viburnum tinus, are more compact, typically reaching heights of 6 to 12 feet (1.8 to 3.6 meters). It's essential to research the specific growth habits of the chosen viburnum cultivar.

4. Do viburnum plants spread?

Viburnum plants can spread via suckering or by producing offsets from the base of the plant. Some species, like Viburnum dentatum, have a tendency to form colonies through underground runners, leading to natural spreading over time. However, not all viburnum species exhibit this behavior, it can vary depending on the growing conditions and cultural practices. Regular maintenance, such as pruning and root barrier installation, can help control spreading and maintain the desired shape in the garden.

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