Viburnum Tinus

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This is a useful evergreen shrub for winter interest in the open garden, shrub borders or containers and is grown for its dense dark green foliage and flowers which appear over a long period from late winter to spring. The pink flower buds open to tiny, star-shaped white flowers, carried in flattened heads and these are followed by small dark blue-black fruits. It can also be grown as an informal hedge and is shade-tolerant. To propagate, take cuttings in summer. The Royal Horticultural Society have given it the Award of Garden Merit.

Every season brings new mysteries as well as its delights. A couple of years ago it was the exceptional spring flowering of that common shrub the laurustinus, Viburnum tinus. The bushes were as exuberant as hawthorn in May.

Evergreen Laurestinus viburnum (Viburnum tinus) grows to 12 feet tall and flowers in the spring, producing fragrant pinkish-white flowers that attract both birds and butterflies. Laurestinus viburnum grows best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 9. Healthy specimens are resistant to most diseases; plants that become infected are often already weakened by poor health or improper care. Most diseases that affect Laurestinus viburnum can be prevented by paying attention to the shrub's basic care needs.