- Huge ‘snowball’ blooms that last for weeks
- Look incredible in groups of 3 or 5
- New no-fuss variety is easier to grow
Known for its Huge, White Flowers
Few plants have flowers this large…and you’ll get hundreds of them on each bush! Bright white blooms look like cheerleader pom-poms. You’ll get flowers in mid-spring that last through early summer.
You See These Plants in High-End Neighborhoods
The Snowball Viburnum Bush is an easy choice for a decorative or showcase piece. It can also be used in border or foundation plantings, as part of a hedge, or many other designs. Landscape architects like to group these Viburnums next to colorful azaleas so they can complement each other. They thrive in full or partial sun.
So Showy, They Have a Number of Uses
These are popular in cut flower arrangements, too. You often see these snowballs paired with hydrangea blooms in vases and bouquets.
Very Unique Plant
The dark green foliage will take on tinges of red or purple in the autumn months. The Snowball Viburnum Bush begins with an oval shape in its youth, but the branches will spread and arch as the plant matures. It grows best in zones 6-9.
Attracts Wildlife, Too!
Great for bird lovers, too! Attracts a variety of wildlife. This is a fun plant that your neighbors will be asking you about.