- Lace-cap flower clusters
- Dark green foliage turns red in fall
- Blooms mid to late spring
- Grows 5-6 ft. tall with 10-12 ft. spread
- Ideal for specimen plant or hedge
Easy-care, deciduous shrub provides months of interest in the garden or landscape. Growing 5-6 ft. tall with a 10-12 ft. spread, Shasta Viburnum bears a profusion of creamy white flowers in mid to late spring. This deciduous shrub's attractive, dark green foliage turns red in the fall. Low maintenance and adaptable to many areas of the United States, Shasta Viburnum is ideal for planting as a specimen plant in the garden or massed together as a flowering hedge. Grows best in full sun to partial shade. Zones 5-9.