Broadleaf Evergreens: Viburnum

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Viburnum davidii

David Viburnum is a small, compact evergreen shrub with large, heavily veined leathery green leaves. Plant bears clusters of white flowers in June and bright metallic blue berries on red stems in fall and winter. Mass planting will encourage a better fruit set as this species is not self-fertile. Does well in semi-shade.

Viburnum tinus 'Gwenllian'

Gwenllian is an improved Viburnum tinus 'Dwarf' (Spring Bouquet Viburnum). Pink buds are formed in fall in flattened clusters and are often mistaken for flowers as they are so bright and pretty. They usually don't open until March, although some of the little buds may have opened sooner as pinkish-white tiny flowers. They will continue to do so all through spring. Slightly fragrant. Metallic-blue berries will form in summer and may persist well into fall, eventually turning blue-black.