Viburnum Davidii is commonly known as Viburnum David, is a lush evergreen shrub which is bushy and dense and forms a soft dome shape with long lance shaped leathery leaves of the darkest green.
As it will happily grow in both sun and shady conditions it is a very useful shrub for underplanting beneath trees, at the back of a border and is excellent for low growing ground cover. The 'umbrella' shaped cluster of white flowers are tinged with pink, these are followed by fruits, both occur at times of the year when you need them most, very early in the year and very late in the season.
These are dioecious plants so in order to get them fruiting you will need both male and female plants within reasonable distance of each other.
Awarded the RHS AGM - Award of Garden Merit - always a good sign they will perform well in most gardens.
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