Penny OSullivan in
05 10th, 2010 |
At one time or another I’ve grown about 20 viburnum cultivars with varying success. I bought Viburnum ‘Eskimo’, a hybrid, at a local nursery years ago without looking up the growing information, and this Zone 6 shrub failed after a few years in my Zone 5b garden. Then there was V. dentatum ‘Synnesvedt’ (Chicago Lustre), which thrived and thrilled the birds until Viburnum leaf beetles arrived a couple of years ago and ate it up. That’s out now. V. dentatum ‘Blue Muffin’ never lived up to its hype in my garden. It grew weedy...