Viburnum Tinus Eve Price - An attractive and distinct shrub with slender pointed leaves. Flower buds from late autumn until early Spring. Dark pink buds turn to white flowers in late Spring. Viburnums will tolerate windy conditions and can be planted in coastal areas.
Long lasting buds and flowers. Slow-growing. Max Height 3m. Max Spread 1.4m. Flowers May to June. Fruits - black berries in August. Full sun/partial shade. Hardy - can be slightly tender in extreme frosts.
Useful for hedging or as an ornamental shrub. Feed with ericaceous feed 2-3 times per annum.
Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society, a sure sign that it will perform well in most gardens
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