This variety has been a garden favorite for centuries. An incredible flower display of huge, rounded, sterile flower clusters are produced on the end of each branch in late spring.
The flowers really do resemble snowballs. Kids just love this shrub!
If you didn't know better, you might think you were looking at an Annabelle Hydrangea. But this Viburnum shrub grows much taller and wider. It's truly a show stopper every single year when they bloom.
Prefers well-drained soil. flowers can be cut for floral arrangements. A good, all-purpose fertilizer, like Turtle Coate can be applied in the Spring.