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Shopping for new plants is a delight and people who have not done it for a while may be amazed at the great range of offerings in hydrangeas, viburnums, camellias, azaleas and more evergreen and deciduous shrubs.
Fall birds are attracted by shrubs and trees with berries, including elderberry, crabapple, holly and viburnum.
Arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) seems to be especially vulnerable.
If a 5- to 6-foot-tall planting is adequate, select the dwarf Burford holly, suspensum viburnum or thryallis.
Flower of choice: To me, green viburnum is the perfect shade of pale green.
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Origin and Etymology of viburnum
First Known Use: circa 1731See Words from the same year
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