David Viburnum produces panicles of tubular white followers, followed in the fall by ovoid, metal-blue fruit. It is a compact, rounded evergreen shrub with oval, indistinctly toothed, blue-green leaves.
Use 2 or more plants to ensure cross-pollination. When siting, avoid placing shrubs where they will be subject to eastern sun during the winter months.
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Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, North Carolina 27239
|Foilage Type||Broadleaf Evergreen|
|Height||4' - 6'|
|Spread||3' - 5'|
|Primary Foilage Color||Green (textured)|
|Seasonal Foilage Color||Green (textured)|
|Berries||Metal-blue (oval shape)|
|Sun Preferences||Partial Shade|
|Water Preferences||Moist (not wet): Ensure planting area provides adequate drainage.|
|Cold Hardiness Zone||7 to 9|