evergreen screen plantings

hort_mom(6a)October 7, 2006

Has anyone in Cincinnati or zone 6a tried Viburnum 'Chindo'?

One catalog lists it as hardy to z6 although others say 7. I need to block the view behind my house, and would like ideas for a large evergreen shrub or tree that can be used within a somewhat shady part woods area. I have clayish soil, near neutral pH, drainage is adequate.

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drewhaben

I also live in Cincinnati and have two other viburnum that are growing in shady areas: Prague viburnum and Allegheny viburnum. Allegheny is considered semi-evergreen; Prague is evergreen. Both grow fairly fast and tall. I obtained both from Natorps. Hope that helps.

    Bookmark   October 30, 2006 at 6:25PM
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