Viburnum obovatum 'Mrs. Schiller's Delight' (full to ground) Sold Out For Spring 2021

Mrs. Schiller's Delight Small Viburnum

Category: Evergreen, Flowering | Size: Small | Hardiness Zones: 8 , 9 | Growth Rate: Slow | Adaptability: Urban Tolerant, Wet Soil Tolerant
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Mrs. Schiller was duly delighted when she saw this unusual form of Small Viburnum. Unlike the species this selection really is small and has been noted at the UGA trials as the most compact variety. The overall habit reminds of a dwarf yaupon holly but the foliage is more glossy. And of course the pretty white flower display each spring cannot be confused with a holly.

Category: Evergreen shrub in the deep South
Hardiness: 8 to 9, perhaps northward though deciduous
Foliage: Small but lustrous leaves, densely foliated
Flower: Pretty cymes of white flowers in March
Winter Interest: Evergreen in zones 8b-9, sometimes purple cast in winter
Texture: Fine
Shape: Green muffin
Mature Size: 4' tall by 6' wide
Growth Rate: Slow
Adaptability: Tolerant of wet soils. Heat loving
Native Habitat: Native to an area from South Carolina to Florida and Alabama