‘Lil Ditty’ Viburnum

  • Size

    1-2′ Tall and Wide

  • Light Requirements

    Full sun to part sun

  • Soil and Moisture Requirements

    Moist, well draining soils. Adaptable to most soil types and conditions include wetter sites

  • Growth Rate

    Slow (less than 1’/year)

  • Flowers

    Small white flowers form flat topped clusters

  • Bloom Time

    Blooms mid spring on old wood

    Berries take the place of flowers starting off green then changing to pink/red then blue/black maturing late summer

  • Foliage

    Long, green simple leaves during the growing season

    Leaves turn an orange red in the fall

  • Characteristics

    Tolerances: wet soils, some deer and rabbit resistance

    Attracts: Birds, bees, and butterflies

    After viburnums flower, clusters of fruits will take their place. Fruiting will be more prolific if you have another viburnum.