Viburnum lantana | Wayfaring-Tree Viburnum | Shrub
Viburnum lantana belongs to the plant family VIBURNACEĈ and Genus Viburnum This Shrub prefers Dry soil , a pH which can apply to most normal garden soil conditions, . All plants need light to allow the photosynthesis process of converting carbon dioxide to growth sugars to take place. Some plants need more sun-light than others. For this plant those sunlight conditions are well described as … Full sun to partial shade
We are often asked about plants for humming bird attraction. Unfortunately Viburnum lantana does not attract these beautiful hummingbird, sunbird or nectar feeding varieties of garden birds
Impressive Autumn foliage display is not shown by Viburnum lantana so look for an alternative plant for pleasing Fall leaf properties
Viburnum lantana wayfaring-tree viburnum is not known as a butterfly attracting plant
Viburnum lantana | Wayfaring-Tree Viburnum is a deciduous plant which means it loses its leaves in Autumn or Fall. Deciduous trees should not be planted close to water features or fish ponds.
Almost all plants grown in gardens need to be fed using fertilzer in order to see them at their best. For this plant the suggested fertilizer program would be based upon … Typical mix of: 3 parts Nitrogen (N), 2 parts Phosphorous (P) and 3 parts Potassium (K for Latin name Kalium).
Viburnum lantana can survive very cold winters with annual averages as low as -30° Fahrenheit. It needs a bit of a cold spell with temperatures below 15° Fahrenheit to do its best. Wayfaring-tree viburnum likes full sun to partial shade. It needs soil that is dry.
Viburnum lantana will under good growing conditions survive and prosper between 5 and20 years.
Viburnum lantana is a woody perennial. Wayfaring-tree viburnum is deciduous in nature.
This specimen plant will normally never grow higher than 15' feet will have an overall spread somewhere between ... not specified on this plants page
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