Viburnum x Juddii. – Judd Viburnum – Rounded, deciduous shrub. Clusters of very fragrant, white / pink flowers from August to Nov. Red fruit after flowers that ripen to black in December. Grows in full sun or partial shade on moist, well-drained soil. A selection from a cross between V. carlesii and V. bitchiuense made by William Judd, propagator at the Arnold Arboretum in 1920 and named in 1935. Leaves are a dull, bluish-green and in our opinion, the stems are finer in texture and the overall habit is more refined than V. carlesii. Pink buds open to highly fragrant 2½-3½” semi-snowball flowers in mid October. Fall foliage is burgundy. Fruits are jet black and sparse but persist throughout the winter.
This plant is suitable for.. Growing in Moist and Sunny conditions
Growing in Moist and Shady conditions
Growing in well drained soil
Growing with Roses
Growing for it’s scent
Growing as a shrub
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