Viburnum plicatum “Mariesii”

Viburnum plicatum “Mariesii”


Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum ‘Mariesii’ provides wide-spreading, tiered branches and prominently veined, dark green leaves that turn purple in autumn. Large lacecap heads of white flowers in late spring are occasionally followed by red, later black fruit. If that description is a bit too dry then try Alan Titchmarsh – he says”If there’s one shrub no garden should be without, it’s Viburnum plicatum ‘Mariesii’”. There you have it!

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Product Description


Wonderful, white, lacecap-like flowers on horizontally tiered branches in May and toothed, deeply veined, dark-green leaves, turning red-purple in autumn. This beautiful, deciduous shrub makes an excellent specimen plant for a sunny shrub or mixed border. Hardy and easy-to-grow, its distinctive, horizontal habit works particularly well in a Japanese-style garden.

Position: Full sun or partial shade

Soil: Moist, well drained soil

Rate of growth:Moderate

Flowering period:May

Hardiness: Fully hardy

Height & Spread: 3m x 3m

Pot size: 1L