Eastern Snowball Bush

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Eastern Snowball bush

viburnum opulus sterile


The Viburnum, 'Eastern Snowball', is a hardy deciduous shrub growing 8 to 12 feet in height with a spread of 10 to 15 feet. Abundant clusters of large pure white, snowball like flowers cover this shrub in late spring. Bright green-foliage has reddish overtones in fall and is shaped more like an oak leaf which varies from most other viburnums. Very showy bloomer. This plant is used as foundation plant, shrub borders, hedges and screens. If pruning is desired, prune soon after flowering. The showy flowers will attract butterflies. Flowers are sterile, therefore no fruit is produced.

Mature Height : 8-12 feet

Mature Width : 10-15 feet

Exposure : Full sun to partial shade

Hardiness Zones : 6-9