- Showy, white flower clusters in spring
- Foliage turns burgundy-red and purple in fall
- Black, berry-like drupes
There's so much to love about this deciduous shrub—from flowers in the spring, to colorful fall foliage, to a food source for birds. Mariessi Viburnum Hedge will enhance your landscape and is low maintenance too. The show begins in the spring when white, flat-topped flower clusters burst into bloom. They give way to berry-like drupes that turn black in the fall. Birds will come to feast on the drupes. This shrub's dark green foliage turns a lovely burgundy-red to purple in the fall. Growing 10-12 ft. tall with a 12-15 ft. spread, it's a great hedge for a sunny or partially shaded area of your landscape. Zones 5-8.