Viburnum burkwoodii is one of the best scented varieties of viburnum and a perfect specimen shrub for year-round interest. It has clustered domes of fabulously fragrant white or pale pink flowers in spring, opening from pink buds. The red fruits ripen to black in autumn. It has glossy, dark green leaves, an open habit and is usually evergreen once it reaches maturity. Sizes 3Litre, 5Litre
Viburnum burkwoodii Anne Russell During March the buds of this stunning plant swell with a soft-pink blush, but it is in April when the warmer spring days encourage the petals to unfurl that this shrub really comes into its own. Masses of dome shaped flowers release their exquisite fragrance through the garden and you cannot help but be taken aback. Semi-Evergreen
Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Mariesii' This beautiful, deciduous shrub makes an excellent specimen plant for a sunny shrub or mixed border. In late spring, its tiered branches are topped with clusters of white lacecap-like flowers, and in autumn its toothed, deeply veined leaves turn reddish purple before being shed. Hardy and easy to grow, its distinctive, horizontal habit works particularly well in a Japanese-style garden.
Viburnum Davidii is a small rounded shrub that reaches heights of 24 to 48 inches (0.6-1.2 m.) with widths about 12 inches (31 cm.) more than the height. Semi-Evergreen hardy, low-maintenance plant with no serious threat from pests or disease. Plant at least two plants in close proximity, as female plants require a male pollinator in order to produce berries. David viburnum is easy to grow in average, well-drained soil and either full sun or partial shade. However, the shrub benefits from a location with afternoon shade if you live in a climate with hot summers.
Viburnum × carlcephalum, common name fragrant snowball, is a hybrid flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae, of garden origin. It is a cross between V. carlesii and V. macrocephalum. Growing to 3 m tall and broad, it is a substantial deciduous shrub with heart-shaped leaves often turning red in autumn.