Viburnum farreri Stearn
Viburnum fragrans
Viburnum farreri (17371 bytes)
A medium- ized to large shrub, until 3 m high. The primary branches are erect. In youth the shrub looks stiff, later rounded. The leaves are opposite, elliptic to lanceolate, 6-8 cm long, with conspicious, parallel veins and red stalks.The flowers are built in terminal clusters; pink in bud, opening white, fragrant. The flowers are produced during winter; top in early March. A favourite shrub for the winter garden.

Home: China

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Cultivated: Germany, France

Author: Ulrich Herzog

Ethnobotanical aspects of Viburnum farreri by Plants for a future database

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