Viburnum tinus ‘Eve Price’ (also called Laurustinus)
Compact, dome shaped, evergreen shrub with long flowering season. The foliage provides a good backdrop for other plants and ornamental features. The fragrant flowers open late in autumn when many other plants have already become dormant, providing scent, colour and late foraging for wildlife. Can also be used for informal hedging.
Green all year round, pale pink flowers in winter.
Compact, domed habit. H: 3m S: 3m
Waxy looking, dark green, ovate leaves.
Young stem growth reddish brown, darkening to brown.
Flattened heads of pinkish-white flowers, opening from pink buds from December to April, followed by dark blue-black fruit.
Full sun, Partial shade,
Cut back dead or damaged growth in May and remove any over vigorous shoots to maintain domed shape.
Take cuttings in summer.
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