cv. Search by plant name, key attributes or both to find plant details and a list of Minimum temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets, Aspect South-facing or West-facing or East-facing, MoistureWell-drained, Moist but well-drained, Ultimate height f. hirtum Hort. Viburnum tinus produces masses of white flowers from pink buds for a long period from â¦ Similarly, Viburnum Tinus Lisarose offers year-round interest in the garden with minimal care requirements. hirtum of Aiton and the var. cv. Tinus laurifolius Borkh.. Tinus rugosus (Pers.) long, and 21â2 in. across, uniform and perfect, produced in winter and spring in terminal cymes 2 to 4 in. Dense, bushy evergreen with mid to dark green glossy leaves. Award of Merit 1961. â A portion of the leaf, sometimes all one side, yellow. Correctly named or not, it is one of the finest and hardiest of the cultivars, with bright green, very glossy leaves, and one of the last to open its flowers. There are currently no active references in this article. American Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) American cranberry reaches 8 to 10 feet (2.5- 3 metres) in height. Viburnum lauriforme Lam.. Viburnum lucidum Mill.. Viburnum rigidum Vent.. Viburnum rugosum Pers.. Viburnum strictum Sweet. Viburnum is one of the most versatile and beautiful ornamental plants, with several seasons of interest. This variety produces red, edible fruits in autumn. 10-20 years, Cultivation To contact the editors: [email protected]
Fungal leaf spots are caused by a different fâ¦ ‘Gwenllian’. Good autumn colour. Flowers in small but very numerous trusses, rich pink in the bud, blush when expanded. Evergreen. It has been cultivated in Britain since the 16th century. Densely-foliaged shrub with showy white flowers in spring and autumn. Deciduous. How to grow Viburnum 'Lucidum' Showy flat flower heads, two to four inches (5-10cm) across, pink in bud, opening to white, appear from November to May followed by dark blue-black fruit. Enter your postcode in Delivery Price Check Viburnum tinus 'Lucidum' is a large evergreen shrub or small tree, with dark green oval leaves. It is most common when the weather is wet. â Of erect habit, suitable for hedges. Previously viburnums were included in the plant family Caprifoliaceae; however, recently they have been moved into the family Adoxaceae, along with elderberries (Sambucusspecies). 2. Our Botanical team are working hard to increase the number of plants with detailed information. Viburnum hyemale Salisb.. Viburnum laurifolium K.Koch. Downy mildew causes leaves to develop splotched areas which die and shrivel in spring. 2.5-4 metres, Ultimate spread hirsutum of Weston, had hairy foliage but the leaves were of normal size and it was hardy. Viburnum Tinus (picture right) is sometimes commonly called the âLaurustinusâ tree or plant. 020 3176 5800 Spach. May be subject to a leaf spot. Viburnum Burkwoodii Anne Russell is considered to be one of the most fragrant viburnum shrubs and its flowers have an intensely sweet scent. It's a tough, frost-hardy shrub which is quite tolerant of dry conditions. The individual florets grow in clusters usually found at the ends â¦ ‘French White’. Join the RHS today and support our charitable work, Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips â all to help you grow successfully, For the latest on RHS Shows in 2020 and 2021, read more, RHS members get free access to RHS Gardens, Free entry to RHS members at selected times », Reduced prices on RHS Garden courses and workshops, Our Garden Centres and online shops are packed with unique and thoughtful gifts and decorations to make your Christmas sparkle, General enquiries The root system of a Viburnum might grow 18 inches deep or more but the majority of the feeder roots responsible for absorbing nutrients are in the top 12 inches of soil. The provenance of this form, described in previous editions, is unknown, but a similar plant received an Award of Merit when shown from Highdown in 1939; this was raised from seeds collected by E. A. Bowles in Algeria. The plant that received an Award of Merit in 1972 was shown by Miss Godman from her garden at South Lodge near Horsham. It's a really tough, evergreen plant. We aim to enrich everyoneâs life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place. wide, rounded or even slightly heart-shaped at the base, and once grown for early flowering in cool greenhouses. It is hardy down to â10 °C (14 °F). If you select any attributes with or without a plant name, you will see a much narrower selection of results taken only from the old RHS Plant Selector database. It is evergreen and fast growing, with a dense rounded crown of shiny, dark green leaves; and in late winter and spring, large flattish heads of pink flower buds appear, opening into tiny star-shaped, pure white flowers. â Leaves dark green, tinged with purple. Whether or not the plant described above is clonally the same as the one known to Miller it is impossible to say, but everything that Miller said about his plant agrees with the above. Recommended citation'Viburnum tinus' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/viburnum/viburnum-tinus/). laurustinus 'Lucidum', Family P. Silva â Leaves broadly elliptic, truncate to slightly cordate at the base. Fruits ovoid, tapering towards the top, 1â4 in. subsp. Join We have combined these two powerful search tools into a single Find a Plant service searching over 250,000 plant records. Excellent for ordinary use in appropriate conditions. ; V. tinus var. Fruits freely borne. Hardy wide. The cultivars âEve Priceâ, âFrench Whiteâ and âGwenllianâ have gained the Royal Horticultural Societyâs Award of Garden Merit. No doubt there are also physiological variations, some races being adapted to the Mediterranean type of climate, others needing moister conditions and perhaps nearer to V. tinus as it existed in earlier epochs, when the climate of the Mediterranean region was rainier than it has been since the Ice Age. This is tender. â¦ P. Silva â See V. rigidum, but the subspecific status for this is probably more appropriate. Dark green, slightly glossy leaves cover the plant year round, and in late winter, clusters of pink and white flower buds appear which open to pure white flowers. cv. The varietal name refers to the glabrous, burnished young shoots, and to the glossy surfaces of the leaf, the lower one with only a few tufts of hairs in the vein-axils. lucidum. (5-10 cm), are elegantly held above the foliage. Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer, Suggested planting locations and garden types Viburnum plant cuttings can come from either softwood or hardwood, but a few techniques and tricks are necessary to enhance rooting and ensure your new plants thrive. hirtum, which was probably the var. Plant the bushes one metre apart and trim after flowering. 'Lucidum' is a vigorous, evergreen shrub, to 4m tall, with narrowly-ovate to oblong, glossy, dark green leaves to 10cm long. across. Viburnum tinus makes a terrific privacy screen or viburnum hedge because it is densely branched and evergreen. From all other cultivated hardy viburnums this is distinguished by its luxuriant masses of entire, evergreen leaves. Leaves larger than normal and of a different shape, being as much as 3 to 4 in. Itâs a popular choice for hedging and bears strongly fragrant pinkish-white flowers. Best viburnums to grow â Viburnum tinus. In southern gardens the laurustinus is one of the most useful of evergreen shrubs, forming rich masses of greenery and opening its flowers any time between November and April, according to the weather. Some are very striking, judging from herbarium specimens, and seem to be really nearer to V. rigidum of the Canary Islands or the Azores subspecies of V. tinus than to V. tinus as it exists on the northern shores of the Mediterranean or in the Adriatic. Opening from pale pink buds from winter to mid spring, masses of tiny, fragrant, white flower clusters, 2-4 in. The most prevalent diseases affecting viburnums are fungal diseases of the foliage. A clone in commerce as ‘Lucidum’ has leaves no more than 2 in. 222879/SC038262, If you enter just a plant name, you will see results from the old RHS Plant Finder and Selector databases. It also bears larger leaves and trusses, and the individual flower is nearly 1â2 in. Viburnum tinus âLucidumâ is a dense, evergreen shrub with dark and oval, glossy leaves. Small, creamy-white flowers are borne in flattened flowerheads, up to 10cm in diameter, from late winter into spring and are followed by blue-black berries, Toxicity The fruit can cause a mild stomach upset if eaten, All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. ‘Variegatum’. long, deep blue, finally black. For information about how you could sponsor this page, see How You Can Help, Article from Bean's Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles. â Shoots, leaf-stalks and bases of the leaves clothed with bristly hairs. suppliers. H x S: 5m x 4m. long on the flowering shoots, though to almost twice that length on strong growths. A popular variety of this viburnum is Viburnum âLucidum.â With good dense bushy foliage and mid to deep green foliage Viburnum Tinus is widely used as an evergreen hedging plant. Flowers bright pink in the bud. It makes a great hedge, but needs a prune in spring. long, often more or less hairy. They are slightly larger than the leaves of lauristinus (Viburnum tinus). Young stems hairy; leaves moderately glossy. ‘Pyramidale’ (‘Strictum’). subcordatum (Trel.) It is included in an evolving list of plants carefully researched and chosen by RHS experts. Very popular with landscapers as it has a moderate growth rate. Grow in moist but well-drained soil in an open position. It is likely, however, that there are several clones or seedlings in gardens. It originated in the Mediterranean and once established, can stand up to anything. Viburnum tinus makes an outstanding informal hedge, which is also good for screening noise and providing wind protection. Viburnum tinusL. Ait. Viburnum Tinus Gwenllian is an evergreen with pink flowers, one of the best viburnum all-rounders. Viburnum Tinus Lucidum Full Standard Tree 1. subsp. across, sometimes pinkish. lucidum (Mill.) However, there are more compact varieties that only grow to 6 feet. Large, flattish heads of pink-budded white flowers are borne in spring, followed by blue to black berries in autumn. â Leaves dull green, elliptic-oblong, shorter than in most forms of the species. Viburnum tinus is an evergreen that forms a dense hedge up to 3-4 metres tall. Fast growing, it makes a spectacular statement shrub and will eventually reach the size of a small tree. Once itâs in position in the landscape, you have a living screen that fulfills its purpose year-round. It is about 10 ft high and 15 ft wide. The Royal Horticultural Society is the UKâs leading gardening charity. Glossier, darker leaves than other Viburnum. â Of compact habit, with smaller leaves than normal. Virtually all of the features of the old searches are still available and in addition we have added several new features to create a more comprehensive and user friendly search experience. Viburnums range in height from 2 feet to 30 feet. One of the most common viburnums is laurustinus or Viburnum tinus. Their flowers range from sweetly fragrant to unpleasantly scented and are primarily creamy white, but can vary from white to pink. (V. lucidum Mill. Divided into 3 groups these lists, linked below, are maintained by a team of RHS staff and are reviewed annually. The fruits, indigo-blue, ultimately black, are not frequently seen with us, though often enough for it to escape from gardens in some places. Excellent winter flowering informal hedge which is shade tolerant. cv. VIBURNUM TINUS LUCIDUM â French Laurustinus Characteristics French Lauristinus is a vigorous evergreen shrub or small tree with a dense, rounded crown. However, forms with large leaves and inflorescences appear to be commonest in N. Africa. cv. RHS Garden Hyde Hall Spring and Orchid Show, Free entry to RHS members at selected Viburnum x burkwoodii This is one of my very favourite flowering shrubs. Very useful and effective in the milder counties, it is not so hardy as the type. There is variation in the amount of hairs on the vegetative parts, as in Mediterranean plants. The plant size is different, though, with Viburnum tinus âGwenllianâ growing 6 to 10 feet high and 12 to 15 feet wide. Viburnum tinus belongs to the beautiful honeysuckle family, and varies in height from 2 to 3m tall, with an almost equal spread. Spreading fertilizer on the soil surface is sufficient to reach these feeder roots. Plant to take advantage of the scent. The leaves are glossy and elliptical, opening bronzed before darkening to green. cv. Laurustinus flowers by Corrie Barklimore. Viburnum subcordatum (Trel.) ‘Purpureum’. Very ornamental, Viburnum tinus (Laurustinus) is a vigorous bushy evergreen shrub noted for its eye-catching flower clusters, colorful berries and leathery foliage. A dense-habited, much-branched evergreen shrub of rounded form, 6 to 12 ft high, often more in diameter, and furnished to the ground; young shoots smooth, or slightly hairy. V. tinus is a very variable species in the size and shape of its leaves, in the presence or absence of hairs from the young growths, petioles and the undersides and margins of the leaves, as well as in the size and density of the inflorescence. Go to the basket 3. Leaves not toothed, narrowly ovate, approaching oblong, tapered at both ends, 11â2 to 4 in. long and 2 in. But the variations do not seem to be well correlated on wild plants, which may explain why in recent times botanists have not troubled to inventorise all the character-combinations that occur. The original plant of this very attractive viburnum grows at Kew, where it was selected and named by the late Sydney Pearce. Many forms of V. tinus have been selected in gardens, of which the following are the most important: cv. The laurustinus grown in gardens early in the 19th century as var. Excellent hedging and under-planting. It can be grown as a hedge, but also makes a lovely green backdrop for other plants. It will thrive in moderate shade, but flowers more freely in full sun. It is evergreen and fast growing, with a dense rounded crown of shiny, dark green leaves; and in late winter and spring, large flattish heads of pink flower buds appear, opening into tiny star-shaped, pure white flowers. Evergreen Laurestinus viburnum (Viburnum tinus) grows to 12 feet tall and flowers in the spring, producing fragrant pinkish-white flowers that attract both birds and butterflies. Viburnum tinus 'Lucidum' - Trees & Shrubs 'Lucidum' is a vigorous form of of Viburnum with slightly larger leaves than the species. Powdery mildew affects many types of plants, from ornamentals to vegetables. rigidum (Vent.) Native of the Azores, but forms similar in most respects occur in N. Africa. It is characterized by fine white dusty growth on the upper surfaces of leaves. Leaves opposite, simple, narrowly ovate to oblong, 4-10 cm long, entire, lustrous dark green above, paler beneath, line on stem connecting petioles. Rich of nectar, they are loved by butterflies, bees and other pollinators. ‘Clyne Castle’. ; V. tinus splendens West.). Like many woody plants, propagating viburnum from cuttings is the most effective way to replicate the bush. The variety âGwenllianâ (Viburnum tinus âGwenllianâ) is very similar to viburnum lucidum in terms of flower color, timing and fragrance. Mon – Fri | 9am – 5pm, Join the RHS today and support our charity. Native of S. Europe, mainly in the Mediterranean region, and of N. Africa, occurring in the more luxuriant type of macchia vegetation with bay laurel, myrtle, phillyrea, Rhamnus alaternus, etc., or as undergrowth in woodland. Viburnum tinus is an evergreen shrub that usually ranges in height from 72 to 144 inches (1.8â3.7 m), but can reach heights of 275 inches (7 m). times, Need more criteria? RHS members can get exclusive individual advice from the RHS Gardening Advice team. Viburnum tinus belongs to the beautiful honeysuckle family, and varies in height from 2 to 3m tall, with an almost equal spread. A site produced by the International Dendrology Society. the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of 9, Other common names long, 3â4 to 11â2 in. Its spread is usually around 80 inches (2 m) but can reach 120 inches (3 m). Hedging & Screens Low Maintenance, Pests Aphids, viburnum whitefly and viburnum beetle may be a problem, Diseases Great low shelter under established trees. ‘Eve Price’. Protect from cold, drying winds, Propagation Flowers white when fully open. Add items to basket 2. Viburnum can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs with opposite, simple or palmately lobed leaves and clusters of small, often fragrant white or pink flowers, followed by red, blue or black berries, Details Try an advanced search, RHS Registered Charity no. wide, rather dense in some plants. The inflorescence is up to 4 in. Evergreen shrub, 6-12 ft (1.8-3.7 m), upright, rounded. Viburnum tinus is a hardy, evergreen viburnum, native to the Mediterranean. Accessed 2020-12-04. Arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum) This variety can tolerate partial shade. across. â A hardy selection with large glossy leaves. Viburnum tinus Eve Price Nice compact evergreen shrub which flowers from winter through to spring. Viburnum tinus is widely cultivated for its winter blooms and metallic blue berries. The leaves are dark glossy green. ‘Lucidum’. â In habit this is more open, and less compact than the type, and altogether a stronger grower. The original plant grows at Wakehurst Place in Sussex, and was bought by Gerald Loder from Messrs Dickson of Chester. For copyright and licence information, see the Licence page. cv. Viburnum Tinus 'Lucidum' £10.50 at Burncoose Viburnum Tinus £8.50 at Burncoose Viburnum Tinus 'Eve Price' (Laurustinus) £9.99 at Crocus 1. Adoxaceae, Genus Viburnum tinus £ 22.50 â £ 85.00 The Viburnum Tinus Shrub is an evergreen bushy shrub with clusters of white flowers in autumn through winter amid dark â¦ White flowers open from tight pink buds and, oh, the perfume. The largest leaves are 4 in. Drought and shade-tolerant. Also the flowerheads, opening white â¦ 6 Viburnum tinus. They are: This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees and the many other types of pollinating insects. Flowers white, about 1â4 in. V. tinus is used both as flowering shrub or screening plant. The origin of neither is known, but Martyn, in his edition of Miller’s Dictionary (1807) gives ‘Mount Atlas and Barbary’ as the habitat of var. 3. These plants will have a lot more details displayed including an image. Family Adoxaceae Genus Viburnum can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs with opposite, simple or palmately lobed leaves and clusters of small, often fragrant white or pink flowers, followed by red, blue or black berries Details 'Lucidum' is a vigorous, evergreen shrub, to 4m tall, with narrowly-ovate to oblong, glossy, dark green leaves to 10cm long. A dense-habited, much-branched evergreen shrub of rounded form, 6 to 12 ft high, often more in diameter, and furnished to the ground; young shoots smooth, or slightly hairy. â A vigorous form, often sold for hedging as V. tinus simply. Grows well in most moderately fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soils. wide, dark glossy green above, paler beneath, and with tufts of down in the lower vein-axils; stalk 1â3 to 3â4 in. Plant description: A vigorous grower, with fairly large, glossy green leaves, and a profusion of large, flat, white flower heads. This tough, shrub-like tree has a dense growth habit with glossy dark green leaves which develop purplish tones in cold weather. Laurustinus. In this the flowers are almost 1â2 in. 2.5-4 metres, Time to ultimate height AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme.