Roseum Snowball Viburnum
Roseum Snowball Viburnum is a sterile variety of Roseum opulus. It does NOT produce cranberry like fruits. It has three lobed, maple like, dark green leaves, and produces “snowballs” of sterile flowers. These snowballs emerge apple green in spring and gradually turn pure white. It is typically grown for its showy, snowball shaped clusters of flowers. The foliage generally turns orange- red in the fall. The Snowball Viburnum is considered to be an heirloom plant, and is one of the oldest known viburnum. It was recorded in the 16th century as “Sambucus Rose”. Common Name: European cranberry bush. Great for a foundation planting, shrub border or screen. Use the blooms in cut flower arrangements.
Viburnum opulus ‘Roseum’ will grow best in Full Sun to Part Shade. It will grow 10 to 12 feet tall with a spread of 10 to 12 feet. Plant in zones 4 to 8.
Care & Shipping Notes
Easy to grow in average, well drained soil. Will tolerate a wide range of soil, but prefers loam with consistent moisture. No serious insect or disease problems. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot, stem blight and powdery mildew. Prune as needed after flowering. NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THESE US STATES AND TERRITORIES: AK, HI, GM, PR, VI. Also, WE NO LONGER SHIP TO CALIFORNIA due to Department of Ag restrictions on live plants.