HISTORY: Native to the Northern Hemisphere, the Viburnum also prospers in the mountainous regions of Africa, South-East Asia, and South America. Viburnum is a genus of about 150 - 175 species of shrubs or small trees that are newly classified in the family Adoxaceae.

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EARLY SEASON: Soft yellow-green snowball-like clusters form delightful tennis ball size pompoms of tiny blossoms on tall, woody, leafy stems.

LATE SEASON: Blooms mature to luxurious ivory color super-frilled masses.

DISPLAY: The billowy blooms—even with their brief season—are a favorite for wedding and high-end floral

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