Plant Profile: Viburnum tinus


Do you crave winter flowers, and would you like to attract hummingbirds to your winter garden? Try Viburnum tinus--it's my plant profile today at Minerva's Garden!http://minervasgarden.com/plant-profile-viburnum-tinus/

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  • Pamela F
    on Feb 16, 2013

    Thanks Douglas, I am going to measure it and reposition everything so that it is at the recommended width.

  • MinervasGarden
    on Feb 17, 2013

    Yes, my reference, to which I will link here (http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/2212/spring-bouquet-laurustinus.php), lists the cold hardiness zone for Viburnum tinus as 7-11. I do garden in the Pacific Northwest garden zone 8, so cannot guarantee how well it would do in warmer Southern climes. Douglas in his comment above offers insight into the humidity issue commonly found in the South. It does seem to love all the rain we get here, however.

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