Deam Viburnum forms a rounded shrub with dense branching and light gray bark. It features lustrous green foliage that looks like it has been covered with a layer of lacquer. It is native to areas of southern Ohio to Missouri. A rare viburnum in the trade! Excellent heat and drought resistance. The creamy white flowers grow in 2-4″ clusters that have flat tops. Tiny, blue-black fruits follow the early summer flowers. They persist through the winter adding many seasons of interest. Fall foliage is red-purple to orange-red. Excellent specimen for your lawn or landscape. Great for foundation plantings. Use as a border or hedge. Can be used in open woodland gardens.
Viburnum dentatum var. deamii grows best in Full Sun to Part Shade. It will grow 5-8′ tall with a similar spread. Plant in zones 3 to 7. Attracts birds. Heat and drought tolerant.
Care & Shipping Notes
Plant in moist, well drained soil that is acidic. No serious insect or disease problems. NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THESE US STATES AND TERRITORIES: AK, HI, GM, PR, VI