Widely regarded as the best of the 'plicatum' viburnums. Profuse white flowering, with a layering habit. Allow a couple of metres or more around as in time it will form a substantial and very beautiful plant. Partial shade. Fully hardy. H:1.5m
Viburnum with both attractive flowers and foliage. Leaves, when young in mid-spring, start purple, age to green before turning yellow in autumn. Bold, flat clusters of lacecap-type flowers produced in early summer, contrasting with foliage. H: 2m. Sun or semi-shade.
Elegant robust deciduous shrub with oval bronze young leaves turning dark green. Deep pink buds open to fragrant pink flowers from late autumn to early spring. Won't flower in cold winters. Hardy. H: 3m. Full sun.
Bushy and deciduous 'chunky' shrub. Heart shaped dark green leaves; red in autumn. Fragrant pinkish-white flowers in domed corymbs are borne in early summer. Hardy. H: up to 3m. Sun or partial shade. Well-drained soil. AGM
Very pretty, medium-sized deciduous shrub. Produces sprays of very pretty pink and white flowers in summer. Fully hardy and tolerant of a wide variety of conditions. Final height will be between 1 and 2m with a similar spread.
Hardy, deciduous shrub, well suited to any sunny position. Masses of pink flowers in early summer, with a lighter flowering in later summer. Attractive dark green foliage with a sharply distinct cream marge. Prune back after spring flowering. Fully hardy and best in moist but well drained and rich soil. H:1-2m depending on pruning.