Viburnum sargentii Caprifoliaceae
Sargent Viburnum vi-BER-num sar-JEN-te-i
- Deciduous shrub, multistemmed, upright, 12-15 ft (3.5-4.5 m) tall, with a similar width. Leaves opposite, simple, 5-13 cm long, 3-lobed with an elongated middle lobe, medium dark green and glabrous above, lighter and slightly pubescent below, petiole 2-4.5 cm long, with gland-like disks. Flowers in flat-topped clusters (cymes), sterile outer flowers white, about 2.5 cm wide, inner sterile flowers have purple anthers; bloom in late spring. Fruit light red, somewhat spherical, about 1 cm.
- Sun to part shade.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 3b Several cultivars.