Viburnum carlesi--Korean Spice Viburnum

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Viburnum carlesi--Korean Spice Viburnum

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Korean spice viburnum grows best in a sunny, open location with loose, well drained soil. Transplanting may be difficult and poor growth results from overcrowding or shading. The plant has a moderate growth rate and is 4 to 8 feet tall and spreads 6 to 8 feet. The fragrant flowers are white tinged with pink and are produced in early spring. The fall color is reddish to wine red. Fruits are produced but are usually eaten by the birds.

One cultivar is listed. 'compacta'--more compact growth habit.

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