Is there a pink snowball bush?

Is there a pink snowball bush?

Is there a pink snowball bush?

Kern’s Pink Snowball Viburnum features showy balls of pink flowers with white overtones at the ends of the branches in mid spring. It has attractive deep purple-tipped dark green foliage throughout the season. The serrated pointy leaves are highly ornamental and turn an outstanding orange in the fall.

How fast does a snowball tree grow?

How Fast Do Snowball Bushes Grow? The tallest varieties of Viburnum grow up to two feet per year. Shorter dwarf varieties grow at a slower pace. When fully mature, the Snowball Bush will grow large, up to 12 tall and 15 feet wide.

How big does a snowball tree get?

12 feet tall
Snowball bush is relatively easy to grow, is low-maintenance and matures into a large dense bush up to 12 feet tall. It has good drought tolerance. Snowball flowers are green, then turn white and often fade into a rosy pink.

Where is the best place to plant a snowball bush?

Planting. Plant in full sun to part shade. While the Common Snowball Bush does well in some shade, about 6 hours of sun is ideal for best blooming. A well-draining and slightly acidic soil is ideal, but this hardy viburnum is adaptable to most soils.

Are hydrangeas sun or shade?

Hydrangeas like morning sun, but do not do well if they’re in direct, hot afternoon sun. Partial shade in the later parts of the day is ideal for these beauties.

Can you keep a snowball bush small?

Reduce the bush’s height by â…“ if it becomes overgrown. Viburnum snowball bushes grow relatively quickly, so they can become too tall or crowded. If your bush needs serious work, use shears to trim the shoots and branches back. You can also cut out the larger, older shoots to thin the plant.

Is snowball bush poisonous to dogs?

old-fashioned Snowball Viburnum (v. opulus) Will this plant survive in shade? Azalea and Rhododendron: Used in landscaping and found in the wild, the entire genus is extremely dangerous for dogs.

Why does my snowball bush not bloom?

If soil moisture levels are off, blooming may cease. Snowball bush prefers consistently moist soils with excellent drainage. If lacking water or receiving too much, a stressed snowball bush may stop flowering. Check soil moisture and drainage, and adjust as necessary.

Are lilacs poisonous to cats?

Are Lilacs Poisonous to Cats? While the common lilac plant (Syringa vulgaris), such as our Bloomerang® Dark Purple Lilac, is safe for all animals, the Persian lilac of the melia genus is very toxic for cats. The Persian lilac can cause gastrointestinal distress, muscle weakness, tremors, and seizures if ingested.