Japanese Snowball



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Status: In Stock
Mature Height: 12 to 15 ft.
Mature Spread: 10 to 15 ft.
Proper Name: Viburnum plicatum

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Shipping Starts: March 1, 2022
Pickup Starts: March 1, 2022

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Description

The Japanese Snowball is a beautiful, showy shrub that produces large, white flower clusters in the spring attracting butterflies. These flowers are then replaced by small red berries that will attract birds. It works well as a specimen plant with its natural round shape and thick green foliage or it can be incorporated into a group or hedge with other Japanese snowballs.

Bloom Color:White
Bloom Period:Spring
Fall Color:Reddish purple
Foliage Color:Medium green, oval, deciduous leaves
Genus & Species:Viburnum plicatum
Growth Rate:Medium
Mature Height:12 to 15 ft.
Mature Spread:10 to 15 ft.
Soil Type:Well drained soil; struggles in compacted soil
Sun Exposure:Full sun to part shade
Zone:5 to 8

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Customer Reviews

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Tammy Garrett
Came dry

I planted immediately after they arrived and put mulch around them, they look limp and dry and I water every day

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jacrgram
So far so good

When the box arrived, many leaves & the soil were dry, and brown paper was shoved against those leaves, probably to stabilize the plant. I was a bit concerned. but immediately watered the plant and placed it in a dry bucket. I nurtured it until I could get it planted two days later and have made sure it is watered during dry weather. It looks like it is going to thrive; and actually, I placed posts and screening around and above the plant to prevent animals from tearing it out until it is well rooted. So, I'm looking forward to this growing into as lovely a plant as a Japanese Snowball plant I previously had. More will be determined over time.

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Loren DeYoung
Great plant

The Japanese Snowball was bigger then we had expected. So far it is doing great. Love the free shipping!

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Samantha Salazar

Japanese Snowball

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Norbert Braun

Travis Ross, it looks like the Japanese snowball plants are not alive, there's no sign of growth, what happens now?