- Grows 5-6 ft. tall
- Blooms in mid to late spring
- Large, white flower clusters
- Attracts birds and butterflies
- Ideal for shrub borders and hedges
Elegant, compact shrub adds structure and color to hedges and landscapes. Shasta Viburnum's upper sides of branches are covered with creamy white flower clusters in mid to late spring. Butterflies love them. The flowers are followed by red to black fruits. Introduced by the U.S. National Arboretum more than 40 years ago, this deciduous shrub grows 5-6 ft. tall and is adaptable to many landscapes. It looks impressive when grouped together for an attractive flowering hedge or shrub border. Grows best in full sun to partial shade.