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HEIGHT:8 - 12 feet
SPREAD:8 - 12 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Rounded habit; lacy white flower clusters; bright red fruit clusters held into fall; purple-red fall color. Fruit considered inedible.
LIMITATIONS:Unknown
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE (Zone 2)
ORIGIN:Northeast and northwest United States
CULTIVARS:‘Alfredo’ dwarf, 3'-5' in height; sparse flowers and fruit; broad spreading, dense branching.; ‘Compactum’ dwarf, reaching 6' in height; ornamental flowers and fruit.; ‘Bailey Compact’ Bailey’s compact viburnum; brilliant red fall leaf color.
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The information for this Deciduous Shrub (320) was last updated on: 2010-09-09 01:29:23
   
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