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hobblebush viburnum

Posted by mainehortdir 6B (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 11, 11 at 12:00

I am looking for a wholesale or reasonable retail source of Viburnum lantanoides.

Here is a link that might be useful: Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

Would love to introduce Viburnum to my garden but not sure which cultivar is most enjoyed by the birds?Any suggestions?Is another plant a better choice?


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

gamekeeper, we could make some recommendations but it would help to know generally where you live in order to do so.


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

I am in So.N.H. zone 5


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

For New Hampshire, I'd suggest the various selections of Viburnum trilobum, and Viburnum dentatum and its hardy allies native up that way.


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

Gamekeeper, the New Hampshire state nursery sells seedlings for several species of Viburnum - V. recognitum (northern arrowwood), V. lentago and the V. trilobum is available in their wetlands package. They take orders through the winter and ship only in the Spring, and it's first come, first served. You might be close enough to pick them up! Very inexpensive, $1 or less apiece.

Unfortunately they don't sell V. lantandoides.

Here is a link that might be useful: NH State nursery


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RE: hobblebush viburnum

Have ordered a couple from Arrowhead Alpine ,was very pleased with last years order and poor Bob is ill with colon cancer.A great plantsman.


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