Mature Height: 15-20 Feet Tall
Spacing: 2-3 Feet Apart
Light Exposure: Full Sun- part shade
Flower Color: Small White
Bloom Time: Spring
Foliage Color: Med -Light Green
Soil: Wide variety of soils
Generally free of pests
Easy to maintain
Large, leathery, medium to light green, highly lustrous leaves and clusters of extremely fragrant, small, white flowers, completely covering the plant in springtime, make Sweet Viburnum a plant with great potential. Its dense, spreading, evergreen habit makes Sweet Viburnum suitable for use as a small tree, reaching only about 15 to 20 feet at maturity, with an open, multi-branched, rounded canopy.
The flowers are often followed by small, showy red berries.
Thirty-year-old plants grow to about 18 feet tall and wide.
Hardiness Zone: 8-10