Fruiting is strong without a pollinator nearby. Prune after flowering, leaving flower clusters intact for berry production.
Hardier than other linden viburnum, this plant was discovered by an Indiana nurseryman after a -30F cold spell killed off all of his other V. dilatatum seedlings. Creamy white flowers cover this well-branched plant in May. Abundant, persistent shiny scarlet red fruit have fabulous fall interest.
|Dimensions||6 × 6 ft|
Viburnum dilatatum 'Henneke' PP#12,870
6, 7, 8
Full Sun, Part Shade
Borders, Foundations, Low Hedges, Specimen
Alkaline soil, Attracts pollinators, Clay soil, Cut flower, Deer resistant, Fall interest