Viburnum hoanglienense

Officially described as recently as 2011, this new species was collected on Fan Si Pan Mt, N. Vietnam, where it grows at up to 3000m asl. An evergreen shrub to 2m in the wild, but shorter in cultivation, with very handsome, densely hairy and conspicuously deeply veined, exceptionally glossy foliage. Terminal cymes of cylindrical white flowers in July, followed by clusters of splendid scarlet fruit. Hardy.

Pot size: 2L
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