Viburnum Shrubs

Viburnum Shrubs

Set Descending Direction

19 Items

per page

  1. All That Glows® Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 4-8
    As low as $77.95

  2. American Cranberrybush Viburnum Zones: 2-7
    As low as $93.95

  3. Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 3-8
    As low as $39.99

  4. Autumn Jazz Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 4-8
    As low as $39.99

  5. Blue Muffin® Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 3-8
    As low as $24.99

  6. Brandywine™ Viburnum Zones: 5-9
    As low as $87.95
  7. Burkwood Viburnum
    NEW

    Burkwood Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $79.95

  8. Cardinal Candy® Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $69.96

  9. Cayuga Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $93.95

  10. Chicago Lustre Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 4-7
    As low as $72.95

  11. Golden Sunset Arrowwood Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $78.95

  12. Korean Spice Viburnum Zones: 5-9
    As low as $49.99

  13. Lantana Viburnum Zones: 4-7
    As low as $24.99

  14. Spice Baby™ Koreanspice Viburnum Zones: 4-8
    As low as $87.95

  15. Summer Magic Blackhaw Viburnum Zones: 4-9
    As low as $78.95

  16. Summer Snowflake Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $57.95

  17. Winterthur Viburnum Zones: 5-8
    As low as $54.95
Set Descending Direction

19 Items

per page

Sophisticated Landscape Choice Viburnum Shrubs

Viburnum is proven to be a superb shrub family! Their stylish form and attractive foliage makes them a top choice to use for hedging and specimens.

Professional landscape designers incorporate Viburnums in their plans all across the United States. You can count on many years of high-performance and trim and handsome good looks.

The vast Viburnum genus contains over 150 species...and new improved cultivars are being brought to market regularly. NatureHills.com makes a determined effort to keep up with the demand from our customers!

Elegant Viburnum shrubs also look great through the seasons. Available in both evergreen and deciduous varieties, Viburnums add flowers to your Spring Garden.

Many cultivars produce berries, with proper pollination. Some Viburnums also deliver fall color to enjoy as your year winds down to a close.

Gardeners love the Viburnum performance and the variety of sizes. But, most of all, they love the colorful—and sometimes fragrant—flowers, fruit and fall foliage colors.

They are adaptable to many zones and climates. Viburnums are tough and very disease resistant.

They may be pruned, shaped, placed in tough sites, and still perform admirably. Viburnums are blissfully easy to care for and maintain.

Viburnums Work Hard in Small Space Gardens

This important family is versatile, and includes tightly compact cultivars. In small yards, add the heavenly fragrance of Spice Baby Koreanspice Viburnum.

Planting Viburnum shrubs is an excellent way to assure you of a beautiful landscape through the growing season. An outstanding smaller shrub for a limited space is Blue Muffin Viburnum.

Large-Scale Viburnums Define Your Landscape

If you have the room for a small tree, try Nannyberry Viburnum. This is a national treasure with multiple seasons of interest.

Nannyberry Viburnum can be kept "au naturel" as a large, multi-stemmed shrub. Plant a long hedge along your property line for a lot more privacy.

It's also easy to prune up the lower limbs to feature the bare stems as a tree-form. Add this special native tree to anchor your patio planting bed.

Viburnum Flower Power Supports Butterflies, Hummingbirds and Beneficial Pollinators

Of course, it's the creamy white blooms that bring the butterflies. Their nectar must be irresistible...you'll be amazed how popular your shrubs will be!

All Viburnum blooms are clusters of tiny true flowers. However, there are three different cluster shapes.

The first is flat-topped and packed with tiny, star-shaped flowers The second features lacecap-style panicles. No one could mistake the Chinese Snowball Viburnum with those massive, white flower balls.

Get fragrant yellow blooms with Alleghany Viburnum. Attractive, leathery foliage remains semi-evergreen in warmer growing zones.

Viburnums are Excellent Screening Shrubs...Here's How to Use Them

Both of the following statements are true:

  • Gardens always look bigger if you can't see everything all at once.
  • Busy people do many different things in their yard.

Solve for both by adding garden walls to create a showy screen. Use the lush foliage of Viburnums as task-specific outdoor rooms.

Plant Viburnum shrubs to create garden walls to increase the value of your usable space. Your whole family can live a lot larger on your lot with a series of defined outdoor rooms!

Why not plant a single specimen Viburnum in the yard to create a destination spot? Use the front side as a pretty backdrop for entertaining; and hide your urban chicken coop around the other side.

Let your investment in our high-quality, commercial-grade landscape plants serve you well. Look through our extensive catalog, filtering by height, spread and growing zone.

Terrific Viburnum Specimens Add a Welcome Focal Point

One of the most beautiful Viburnums is architectural Maries Doublefile. It's nicknamed the Wedding Cake, and it looks deliciously frothy in the lawn.

Each horizontal branch spreads wide in tiered layers. In spring, a double layer of exquisite lacecap flowers frost both the top and bottom of every long branch.

Another fun choice for a sunny location is Common Snowball Viburnum. Kids get a bang out of the round flower clusters!

Snip them for a lovely cut flower indoors. Float one or two of the snowball-shaped blooms in a shallow bowl of water for pure perfection in well under a minute.

How to Use Viburnums in the Landscape

Modern plant design is all about easy privacy. People prefer tidy, manicured shrubs with lots of flowers and brilliant fall colors.

You won't find a more valuable choice than Viburnums...although we may be biased. You'll get the look you want in your screen plantings and shrub borders.

Try one at the corner of your garage to soften the transition. Or use a Forest Rouge Blackhaw Viburnumat the corner of your foundation planting with...you won't believe the boldly distinguished fall color!

Viburnum Pollination Partners for Fruiting Varieties

The colorful berries provide winter interest and lure wildlife with easy nutrition. Birds adore them, but they are not a deer’s favorite food source.

Viburnum needs two or more plants to cross-pollinate the blooms. Pick different members of the same species and keep them close by each other for best results.

Not all Viburnums produce berries, however. Look at the botanical name...Viburnum burkwoodii, carlcephalum and carlesii aren't known for their fruit. But dentatum, cassinoides, lentago and prunifolium certainly deliver a spectacular berry show!

Plant native Arrowwood Viburnum for flowers, berries and stick-straight branches. They have delightfully corrugated foliage, and deliver a crisp, tailored look.

Chicago Lustre Viburnum has truly marvelously glossy leaves. Mass them with the dynamic duo of All That Glitters and All That Glows.

Edible Fruit for Permaculture or Edible Landscaping

Boost your food security with our fruiting plants. Yes, certain Viburnum shrubs even offer edible fruit that can be harvested for jellies and jams.

Create a magnificent hedge with https://www.naturehills.com/viburnum-american-cranberrybush American Cranberry Bush. Don't forget to include a few small-scale Bailey Compact American Cranberrybush Viburnum nearby to boost pollination for bright berries.

Plant them in full sun or partial shade for the best flowering and fruiting. Give them moderate water on a consistent schedule.

Prune after flowering for most cultivars. Always read the Plant Highlights for specifics.

Handsome Viburnums can be evergreen and deciduous, fruiting or fruitless, and provide a significant fall color. Order yours from NatureHills.com today, and we'll ship it to you when the time is right for planting in your area.