Viburnum opulus ‘Compactum’

This is the very useful smaller growing and freer fruiting form of the Guelder Rose, one of our most colourful native shrubs, making a dense bush to about 1.8m. Masses of flattened white lacecap flowers in June or July, followed by large quantities of translucent red berries which last well into winter, and add to the autumn show of red leaves. Any soil, wet or dry.

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