With its fragrant spring blooms and attractive habit, this compact Korean Spice viburnum is a great addition to gardens. Stronger growing than other compact varieties, it's a great choice for smaller landscapes, providing all of the spicy, intoxicating spring fragrance of traditional Koreanspice viburnum in a petite package.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Viburnum carlesii 'SMVCB' USPP 25,872, Can 5,307
COMMON NAME: Spice Baby Koreanspice Viburnum
GARDEN SIZE: 3'6" - 5' Height, 3'6" - 5' Spread
USDA ZONE: 4-8
EXPOSURE: Part Sun to Full Sun
WATER & SOIL: Average
HABIT (FORM): Upright
FLOWERS: White flowers bloom on old wood in spring
PLEASE NOTE: To produce berries, you'll need another carlesii (same species) but a different cultivar (Spice Girl, Spice Island, or Sugar and Spice).