Viburnum Tinus Lisarose or Laurustinus Lisarose is one of the most popular evergreens. It is a large, dense, compact evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, decorative flower buds, flowers and pretty berries. It boasts year-round visual interest dazzling in any landscape.
Viburnum Tinus Lisarose has ovate dark green leaves that are extremely glossy and stand out in stark contrast against the mahogany shaded stems. During the winter months, this shrub starts to produces a profusion of pink buds that unfurl from December to April to reveal large eye-catching pinkish-white flower clusters. The blossoms are a valuable early food source for bees. Following flowering, attractive dark bluish berries develop.
Height and Spread of the Viburnum Tinus Lisarose Laurustinus Lisarose grows to a height of three metres and a spread of 3 metres.
How Hardy is the Viburnum Tinus Lisarose Laurustinus Lisarose is hardy to a UK H4 zone, meaning it is winter hardy down to around -10 degrees celcius.
How to Use the Viburnum Tinus Lisarose Plant this evergreen shrub anywhere in the garden that requires wintertime visual interest. It can form an ideal informal hedge.
How to Care for the Viburnum Tinus Lisarose For best growth plant the shrub in sun or light shade. Ideally, it should be planted where there is some wintertime wind protection. The soil should be well-draining and fertile. Once established, the shrub is extremely winter hardy.