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Viburnum rhytidophyllum

wagger

By Wagger


Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Wrinkled Viburnum))

Must be 20ft by 20ft by now.



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I've ordered one of these Wagger, to create a quick screen. Does it mind being cut back?

22 Oct, 2011

 

No, Dawnsaunt, completely bomb-proof in every way.

25 Oct, 2011

 

Hello Wagger, thanks for getting back to me. Do you like yours, do you find it useful?

25 Oct, 2011

 

Like you, it's used for screening - in my case, a very messy area. I irregularly cut some of the older branches back almost to the ground. The flowers are quietly attractive, it berries up well and is so useful being evergreen. The leaves are a nice texture too - as wrinkly as my face on a bad morning, lol.

26 Oct, 2011

 

Lol Wagger, I bet you have no wrinkles in sight. Thanks for the info. Sounds just what I need and at the end of the day, there arent that many evergreen shrubs available. Nice to know it can be cut down too. Doesnt seem a very popular shrub, could only find yours on here. Well now I have too, so that makes 2 of us ..... well, that's when I get around to taking a photo.

26 Oct, 2011



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