The viburnum mariesii is a very beautiful shrub, appreciated in our gardens for its beautiful flowering.
In summary, what you need to know:
Last name : Viburnum plicatum mariesii
Family : Adoxaceae
Type : Shrub
Height : 2.5 m
Exposure : Sunny or partial shade
Ground : Ordinary, well drained
Foliage : Obsolete
Flowering : April to June
Planting, maintenance and pruning play a large part in the good growth of viburnum mariesii.
Planting viburnum mariesii
Preferably in the fall or spring for subjects purchased in pots or containers.
- Follow the advice of planting shrubs.
No pruning is necessary but you can easily trim it to reshape or reduce it.
Wait until flowering is over if you want to reduce or balance the branches.
- Find our shrub pruning tips
All you need to know about viburnum mariesii
The "mariesii" viburnum is a very beautiful shrub that blooms as beautifully in spring as its leaves in fall.
In flowered hedges, isolated or in shrub beds, it is very easy to grow and maintain.
Among the viburnums, we also find the tin laurel or viburnum tinus, well known in our gardens but also the Watanabe viburnum whose flowering lasts a very long time, from May to October.
Smart tip for the mariesii
Avoid at all costs situations too exposed to the scorching sun.
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