Viburnum - Arrowwood

Viburnum dentatum var. deamii


USPP 25,897; CBR 5409

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Two specimens of All That Glows viburnum in a landscape with an abelia in bloom at lower right Three white flower clusters on All That Glows viburnum Blue fruit cluster on All That Glows viburnum The very glossy textured foliage of All That Glows viburnum
  • Native
  • Blue fruit
  • Compact habit

All That Glows® and All That Glitters® viburnum were selected for their glossy foliage, showy flower clusters, blue fruit, and perhaps most importantly, their ability to pollinate one another. Shorter and denser than typical V. dentatum, these plants are perfectly scaled for residential landscapes.

USDA Zone 4 - 8 (-30°F/-34°C)

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Exposure Full sun, Part sun

Height 4 - 6'

Width 4 - 6'

Finish Time 1 season

Type Deciduous

Bloom Time Early summer

Flower Color White

Foliage Color Green

Liner Sizes 2 1/4", 4", Quick Turn

Soil Adaptable to all soils except very wet sites.

Pruning Blooms on old wood. However, pruning after bloom will remove the potential for fruit to set. As such, its best to avoid pruning except selective removal of branches as needed.

Uses Mixed borders; wildlife gardens; foundation plantings; hedges; screening.

Growing Tips Plant within 50'/15m of All That Glitters® viburnum for a good fruit set on both plants.