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Huge, head-turning, pure white flowers
The famous Snowball Bush
From mid-to- late spring they appear, growing quickly and abundantly until a barely-believable amount of snowball-like white flowers covers this bush. In fact, these flowers have also been compared to pom-poms, which might be more accurate considering their sheer size and fluffiness.
A wonderful range of colors
Flowers emerge a light, creamy green before turning the purest white. As summer progresses they’ll take on a light rose shade as they fade. The shrub’s green maple-like leaves, meanwhile, assume a purple tint in fall.
Extremely popular with florists and gardeners
Around the world the Snowball Bush is admired for its beauty. It complements a wide range of flowers and is often paired with hydrangeas, azaleas, tulips, and wallflowers.
Perfect for privacy too
These remarkable flowers are prolific bloomers and can grow to 3 inches each, providing excellent foliage. The bush itself is often used as a privacy hedge as it can spread 12-15ft. under full sun to partial shade, with well-drained soil.
The birds and the bees
The Snowball Bush is also a recommended pollinator and brings birds and bees and other pollinating insects to your garden.
Get the neighbors talking with this classy, showy hit – enormous snowball flowers that brighten up gardens in spring and summer, and complete wonderful floral arrangements.
|Botanical Name:||Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'|
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|Light Requirements:||Full sun to partial shade|
|Mature Height:||12-15 ft.|
|Mature Spread:||12-15 ft.|