Guelder Rose Viburnums are deciduous shrubs that are easy to maintain with landscaping needs as they do not grow very tall, only about 13 to 25 feet high with only around 8 to 12 feet of spread. Viburnums do face a host of various pests and threats such as aphids and thrips which can cause curling and purple spots, respectively, to appear on the shrubbery. Viburnums bloom in late summer, allowing for ease of maintenance during much of the summer.
- Guelder Rose Viburnums are trees or shrubs that grow up to 25 feet high and 12 feet wide.
- The berries are toxic when raw but can be cooked into a jam.
- When the flowers bloom they are usually white but sometimes pink as well
“When eaten, the bark of guelder rose viburnums is thought to have positive medicinal effects as an antispasmodic, earning the plant one of its common names – crampbark.”
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