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Viburnum 'Onondaga'


Viburnum 'Onondaga'

Seen in a Cornwall NGS garden many years ago - our local GC chap had never heard of it.



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Is it a new purchase, Sheila?

9 May, 2024

 

That's a very pretty variety, Sheila. The leaves are attractive too.

9 May, 2024

 

A lovely looking plant, Sheila! I'd never heard of it before but the the way the flowers open put me in mind of Verbenas!

9 May, 2024

 

It’s a lovely one!

9 May, 2024

 

Thank you all for your comments.
No Ange, I had this in our previous garden but one day OH was trying to help with weeding, and somehow cut the shrub in two! I was alarmed, but he asked if I couldn’t take cuttings from the “spare” bit! So I did, and luckily one took, so I was able to bring it with me, and as you can see it is perfectly happy six years later!

9 May, 2024

 

Oh, that was lucky, Sheila. Green fingers!

10 May, 2024

 

Thanks Ange! 😃

10 May, 2024

 

Very pretty.

10 May, 2024

 

I had a V. Sargent I in my first garden and it was very similar to this one. After that I got quite into. Viburnums. Lovely shrubs and very diverse. They do suffer with aphids though, I find.

10 May, 2024



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