Do you grow Viburnums?
I've added 5 new Viburnums to my garden this year. I purchased the Blue Muffin and DH surprised me with the other 4 when he found them on sale. Bless his heart! (He also surprised me with four lavendar pincushion flowers.) The two red berried varieties have much lighter colored green leaves with red veining. The blue muffin has deep green leaves with a tinge of blue to them. I've planted them together in a grouping.
2) Common Snowball Viburnum; Viburnum opulus 'Sterile', Snow white blooms in large ball-shaped clusters in spring, red berries in fall, autumn foliage yellow/red. Zones 3-8.
2) American Cranberry Bush; Viburnum trilobum, Large snow white single flowers in spring, red berry clusters in the fall that persist until spring (if the birds don't get them all). Autumn foliage red/yellow. Zones 2-8.
1) Blue Muffin; Viburnum dentatum 'Christom', Myriad white flowers in spring, deep blue berry clusters in fall, Autumn foliage red/purple/orange. Zones 3-8.
I had no idea there were so many different varieties! Do any of you grow these or other Viburnums? Do tell....