Popcorn Viburnum

Viburnum plicatum f. plicatum 'Popcorn'

SKU
40720
Profuse clusters of small, popcorn ball-shaped blooms line each branch in spring. Handsome, deeply veined, green foliage turns red to purple in fall. A lovely compact hedge or foundation plant. This selection is earlier flowering than others of its type, and more heat and drought tolerant when established. Semi-evergreen.
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Water regularly - weekly, or more often in extreme heat.

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Botanical Pronunciationvy-BER-num ply-KAY-tum
Average Size at MaturityQuickly reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.
Bloom TimeSpring
Deciduous/ EvergreenSemi-evergreen
Flower AttributeFlowers for Cutting, Showy Flowers
Flower ColorWhite
Foliage ColorGreen
Garden StyleRustic
Growth HabitRounded
Growth RateFast
Landscape UseBorder, Hedge, Mass Planting, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Woodland Garden, Cutting Garden, Dry Shade, Urban Garden
Light NeedsFull sun, Partial sun
Special FeatureEasy Care, Fall Color, Tolerates Acidic Soil, Waterwise, Fast Growing, Compact Form
Water NeedsModerate
Watering NeedsWater regularly - weekly, or more often in extreme heat.
Companion PlantsLilac (Syringa); Peony (Paeonia); Clematis (Clematis); Hydrangea (Hydrangea); Salvia (Salvia)

Highly adaptable but thrives in enriched, well-drained soil. Water deeply, regularly during first growing season to establish extensive root system. Once established, reduce frequency; tolerates moderate drought. Apply fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Prune only as needed, immediately after flowering.

This Plant's Growing Zones: 5-9

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