As with other Viburnum plicatum, this shrub produces layers of branches and lacecap flowers in mid summer whcih sit on top of the layered branches. However, this is a slightly smaller form more suited to the average sized garden today and the flowers are also smaller but produced freely from mid summer to autumn.
Uses: Good in a mixed border but also as a specimen plant where there is enough space.
Climate/Position: Full sun or partial shade
Height/Spread: Up to 2 metres x 2 metres
Soil Requirements: Any free draining soil.
Pruning: Limited but careful pruning may be required to maintain the layered effect. Removing any crossing branches and ensuring an appropriate shape is maintained. Prune after flowering in late spring.