Shades of Pink Viburnum Viburnum

Shades of Pink Viburnum

Viburnum tinus 'Lisarose' PP22816

Bright pink buds open to blush pink flowers blooming in spring against shiny dark green leaves. Has a mounded upright growth habit maturing at 4 to 6 feet tall and wide. Useful in a border or as a hedge.
Exposure:
Sun to Shade
Height:
4-6 ft
Spread:
4-6 ft
USDA Zone:
7
Characteristics:
Growth Rate:
Moderate
Habit:
Upright
Mounding
Flower Color:
Pink
Blooms:
Spring
Foliage Color:
Dark Green
Uses:
Border
Homeowner Growing and Maintenance Tips:

For new plantings, dig a hole one and a half times wider than the plant's container; place plant in hole, keeping the top of the root ball ground level; and back fill with dirt. Water thoroughly and then mulch around the base to conserve moisture and reduce weeds. New plantings require more frequent watering than established plants. Wind, temperature and soil are factors to consider in watering. Feed plants in early spring and again in early fall with an all-purpose fertilizer, following label instructions.

Companion Plants: