This shrub provides good fall color and fruit for birds. It is one of the first viburnums to color in the fall.
Landscape Plant Description
This shrub tolerates poor soil, but prefers acidic, moist, well drained soil. Plant in full sun to partial shade. It attracts bees, birds, and butterflies.
Landscape Plant Features
|Common Name||Forest Rouge Viburnum|
|Cultivar or Variety||McKRouge|
|Height||15 - 20' tall|
|Spread||12 - 15' wide|