Viburnum Davidii

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Showy evergreen shrub valued for its glossy dark green leaves and metallic turquoise blue fruit. Planting two or more plants will ensure good cross pollination for consistent berry production. Use as foundation shrub with ferns, azaleas and other acid loving plants.

Winter hardy to USDA Zone 7 where it is easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best growth occurs with consistent and even moisture. This is an evergreen shrub, but it tends to be semi-evergreen to deciduous near the far northern edge of its growing range. Plants generally appreciate some afternoon shade in hot summer climates. This shrub is dioecious (separate male and female plants). Female plants need male pollinators in order to bear fruit.

Forms a compact mound, eventually a little wider than tall.  Leaves are long (3-6") and narrow, leathery, with a red petiole.  Pink buds open to non-fragrant white flowers in a dense 2-3" wide cyme.  Fruits are tubular in shape and bright blue like no other viburnum. Introduced in 1904 by E.H. Wilson.