Viburnum Viburnum


The viburnum watanabe is a pretty little shrub, appreciated in our gardens for its beautiful flowering.

Planting, maintenance and pruning largely contribute to the good growth of the watanabe viburnum.

Name: Viburnum plicatum
Family: Adoxaceae
Type: Shrub

: 3 m
Exposure: Sunny or partial shade
Ground: Ordinary, well drained

: Caduc
Flowering: May to October

Plantation of viburnum watanabe:

Preferably in autumn but also in spring for subjects purchased in containers.

  • Follow the advice of planting shrubs.

Size of viburnum:

No size is needed.
Wait until the end of flowering if you want to reduce or balance the antler.

  • Also find our advice for pruning shrubs

To know about the viburnum watanabe:

The viburnum "watanabe" is a beautiful shrub whose bloom is as beautiful in spring as its foliage in autumn.

In flowering hedge, in isolated or in solid of shrubs, it is of a culture and a very easy maintenance.

You will also enjoy a long time of its discrete but lasting flowering, from May to October.

Among the viburnums, there is also the laurustinus, well known in our gardens but also the viburnum mariesii whose flowering is spectacular.

Smart advice about viburnums:

Avoid at all costs situations too exposed to the hot sun. The watanabe viburnum needs to keep a relatively cool soil to grow well.

To read also on the shrubs:

  • The size of shrubs: tips

  • The hedge, the best bulwark against diseases

  • Shrub ideas for a flowering hedge

Video: How to grow Chindo Viburnum - Viburnum awabuki - Great Screening Plant.

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