1. Brandywine™ Possumhaw Viburnum
Name: Viburnum nudum ‘Bulk’
Size: 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide
Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; average to moist soil
Native range: Eastern United States
When a shrub blooms for a couple of weeks and then is uninteresting, can you justify planting it in your garden? From spring through fall, Brandywine™ possomhaw viburnum earns its place in the garden. Creamy white blooms appear in late spring, followed by lustrous deep green foliage throughout the summer. Autumn brings gorgeous fruit clusters in shades of pink and blue. If this were not enough, the dazzling fruit display of this viburnum also comes with eye-catching burgundy fall color.
2. Little Henry™ Virginia Sweetspire
Name: Itea virginica ‘Sprich’
Size: 2 to 3 feet tall and spreading
Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; moist to wet soils
Native range: Southeastern United States
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