Leatherleaf Viburnum Characteristics
Leatherleaf Viburnum are dense showy and showy hedges, particularly when in bloom.
'Doublefile' (pictured) can grow as wide as tall with horizontal branches. The flat white flowers lay across the foliage, giving a snow-covered appearance when in bloom.
'Korean Spice' grow up to 8'. Pink flowers become white with age. The circular blooms resemble snowballs. The foliage may turn a slight shade of red in the fall.
Viburnum rhytidophyllum produces flat topped clusters of white flowers and red-to-black berries. They may be damaged in winter and should be cut back if foliage loses its shape or needs revitalization.
'Pragense' have elliptical dark green leaves, white flowers, and red-to-black berries. While attractive to birds and butterflies, deer tend to avoid these shrubs.