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Viburnum sagentil 'Onondaga'

Bought the above viburnum today (mainly for its foliage colour) but cannot find out anything about it on the internet. lol. The foliage is a bronzie colour when new and turns green according to the label, the flowers are like lacecap type. Anyone know anything about it please? The label does not say it isn't hardy but I am now wondering if it will withstand our cold winters. Advise please.



there is information about it on the web, but the proper name is Viburnum sargentii 'onondaga', not v. sagentil....
Its rated H4 for hardiness by the RHS, which means fully hardy. Reaches 2.5m x 1.5 metres at maturity. Needs little or no pruning.

10 May, 2012


Thank you so much Bamboo will put in the correct spelling now, the label was wrong amazing it is a printed label with a picture from the grower too. Thanks for your help.

10 May, 2012


Has survived here for the last 16 years.

10 May, 2012


thanks owdboggy, it helps to find things on the internet when you have the correct spelling lol. thanks for your input.

10 May, 2012

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