June 13th, 2012

June 13th, 2012 by Sherri

At the southwest corner of Ellen Reed is an ‘Erie’ Linden Viburnum {V. dilatatum ‘Erie’} that has clusters of white flowers 4-5″ wide. This is followed by very attractive red fruit, lustrous foliage all summer and great fall foliage, often a deep maroon that often lasts well into November. A great shrub with multiple seasons of interest.

 'Erie' Linden Viburnum {V. dilatatum 'Erie'}

 'Erie' Linden Viburnum {V. dilatatum 'Erie'}

 'Erie' Linden Viburnum {V. dilatatum 'Erie'}

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