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Shades of Pink Viburnum

Common Name: Viburnum

Variety: Shades of Pink™ Viburnum

Genus species: Viburnum tinus ‘Lisarose’ PP22816

Patent Info: PP22816

Features: 

Shades of Pink™ Viburnum is the new standard of Viburnum breeding. It has glossy, year-round foliage and bright pink buds that open to blush pink flowers in early Spring. This compact shrub is perfect for borders, hedges, as a landscape accent or as a feature in a decorative container. It has a high heat tolerance and can grow in shade and clay soil. 

Sun: Full to Part Sun; 6+ hours direct sun daily

Water: 2-3 times weekly

Hardiness Zone:  Hardy in Zones 7-9
                               Annual for Zones 6 & below

Bloom Time:  Spring

Mature Size: 3’ T x 3’ W

Prune: Prune late Winter/early Spring

Soil Type:  Does well in acidic, neutral and alkaline well-drained soils, mulch recommended

Fertilize: Use a Slow-Release, Granular Even Ratio (10-10-10) Formula in early Spring, repeat as directed. 

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