'Alleghany' Lantanaphyllum Viburnum comes from the breeding work done by the legendary Dr Don Egolf of the National Arboretum. The creamy white flat flowers clumps appear in May and June. They are followed by attractive red fruit in summer which ripens to blue black and is rapidly consumed by birds. The leaves are dark green and broader and shorter than V. rhytidophylloides. 'Alleghany' is a cross between rhytidophyllum and Lantana, so it makes a dense semi-evergreen hedge.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Future Crop Ready Date
Viburnum x rhytidophylloides Alleghany #3 18-24"+ (white)
Viburnum x rhytidophylloides Alleghany #7 30-36" (white)
Characteristics & Attributes
Fruit - Ornamental
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
Food Source for Wildlife
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