May 13, 2010

May 13th, 2010 by Bridget

On the east side of Russell House is a ‘Shasta’ Doubefile Viburnum {V. plicatum tomentosum ‘Shasta’} with white flower clusters held above the horizontal branches.  It is the way the flowers sit above the foliage that ‘Doublefile’ refers to.  The flowers will be followed by red fruit in July.

'Shasta' Doubefile Viburnum

'Shasta' Doubefile Viburnum

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