Viburnum setigerum /Tea Viburnum
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Foliage and a cluster of young fruit
Cluster of young fruit in August in North Carolina
Red fruit just before first frost
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Determine Your Zone
5 - 10 feet
Part Sun, Filtered Shade, Morning sun
Well drained, Moist
Rate of Growth:
Susceptible to insects
This is an upright growing viburnum that is often leggy and multiple-stemmed. It produces showy, reddish-orange fruit in the fall. It is reported that bacterial leaf spot can sometimes be a problem, especially when plants are growing under stress. Provide a fertile, well drained soil and sunlight during a portion of the day to encourage heavier flowering and fruiting.
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