Siebold Viburnum

Siebold Viburnum – Viburnum sieboldii

Siebold Viburnum is grown most often as an ornamental multi-trunked small tree or shrub, up to about 30 feet tall. Leaves can reach up to 6 inches long, and give off a pungent odor when crushed.

The tree blooms in late May, and becomes fairly covered in clusters of tiny white blossoms, followed by 1/2 inch pink fruits which darken to blue-black in late summer. These fruits are very popular with birds of all sorts, and create quite a show for about two weeks.

Siebold Viburnum

Family Adoxaceae. Viburnum is a genus of about 150-175 species of shrubs or small trees that were previously included in the family Caprifoliaceae.

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