Viburnum erubescens ‘Milke Danda’

A medium to large sized shrub with deciduous elliptic foliage emerging red-flushed and paniculate pendent clusters (rather unusual in Viburnum) of fragrant white flowers tipped pink (in this rare clone), borne in summer. Fruit start red and turn black. Originally collected on the Milke Danda, Nepal. Any ordinary soil, but best sheltered in the coldest most exposed gardens, in case of old fashioned winters. Sun or semi-shade.

Pot size: 2L



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