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Viburnum farreri
Fragrant Viburnum; Farrer Viburnum

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FAMILY Adoxaceae (Moschatel Family)  Other Plants in the Moschatel Family
HABIT Shrub
RANGE N China (Gansu, Qinghai, Xinjiang)
LEAF TYPE Deciduous
FLOWERS Pink
FRUIT Red;black (Beginning red;changing to black)
FOLIAGE COLOR Green (Emerge bronzy green turn dark green)
STEM COLOR red
LANDSCAPE USES Large, upright deciduous shrub becoming more rounded with age, with prominently veined oval leaves, coppery when young. Clusters 2" wide of fragrant white flowers open from pink buds
HARDINESS USDA Zone 4 (Coldest zone where hardy)
SOIL Prefers moist, acid, well-drained but tolerates higher pH
SUN REQUIREMENTS Full Sun, Partial Shade
SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS Fall Color | Fragrance
Location Map for Viburnum farreri (Fragrant Viburnum; Farrer Viburnum)
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Individual Location for Viburnum farreri:
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Number
Year Location
810439*1 1981 Woodland Mosaic

 

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  FLOWERING:
When Viburnum farreri has been observed flowering
at Denver Botanic Gardens
 
AVE.
 
2013
2008
2006
2005
2003

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