‘Judd’s’ Viburnum

  • Size

    6-8′ Tall

    8-10′ Wide

  • Light Requirements

    Full sun to part sun

  • Soil and Moisture Requirements

    Moist, well draining soils. Adaptable to most sites and conditions

  • Growth Rate

    Slow (less than 1’/year)

  • Flowers

    Bright pink flower buds open to show off fragrant white flowers in snowball like clusters

  • Bloom Time

    Blooms mid spring on old wood

    After blooms are spent clusters of berries will form that mature from red to black in late summer into fall

  • Foliage

    Coarse, simple green leaves through out the growing season

    Turns a burgundy red in fall

  • Characteristics

    Tolerances: Deer, drought once established

    Attracts: Bees, butterflies, and humming birds

    After viburnums flower clusters of fruits will take their place. Judd’s viburnum does not have prolific fruiting.