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.
Robust, easy-going hardy evergreen shrub, with flat heads of white flowers, opening from cream coloured buds in spring, followed by blue-black fruit. Dark green foliage makes a great backdrop for summer flowering plants. Clip to size. H: 2-3m
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
Periwinkle. An unusal form of this well known ground cover plant. Small, glossy green leaves, and an enduring show of very pretty double pale blue-purple flowers. Tolerates a wide range of conditions, including shade.
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.