hydraulic tree mulcher, 2370 Rockland MA Jun 15, Snowball bush viburnum, fragrant snowball, European cranberrybush: Plant Type: Deciduous shrub: Mature Size: 6–12 ft.
tall, 6–10 ft. wide: Sun Exposure: Full sun, partial shade: Soil Type: Average, well-drained: Soil pH: Neutral to acidic: Bloom Time: Spring: Flower Color: White, light pink: Hardiness Zones: 6–8 (USDA) Native Area: Europe, Northern Africa, Botanical Name: Viburnum x carlcephalum.
Apr 10, Snowball Bushes flourish when given six to eight hours of full sun outdoors. These bushes need moist, humus-rich, moderately alkaline soil that drains well, so you may need to amend the soil before planting. How to Grow a Snowball Bush. Just before spring, feed your Snowball Bush with a water-soluble fertilizer or granulated fertilizer.
Covered by Insurance: No. Property Owner: Yes. Comment: Removal of three pampas grass bushes and possibly two trees in the small to medium size trees in back yard. Project Location: Indian Trail, NC Date: 06/ Tree or Shrub: Shrubs or bushes. Tree Service Need: Trimming or thinning. Location: Home/Residence. May 14, This viburnum snowball bush opens white flowers in mid-spring. The blossoms are 2 to 3 inches across and fade from white to pink as they age. Fall leaf color features shades of burgundy and purplish red.
Japanese snowball viburnum has, as the name suggests, a connection to stumpcutting.buzz: Felicia Feaster. My Snowball Bush Doesn't Bloom. Common snowball bush (Viburnum opulus"Roseum") graces gardens with a blizzard of 3-inch, snowball-like flower clusters in late spring.
Unlike many viburnums that. In the 20 minutes it took us to go get a cone the deer wandered up into the landscaping and ate every bloom off every bush. They must have been laying and waiting for us to leave the driveway; then started the feeding frenzy.
We pulled back into the driveway and I gasped, hubby said what’s the problem. I said look at the snowball bushes, they. Snowball Bushes will create a beautiful spring and fall display in any stumpcutting.buzz the late spring, this deciduous shrub will be covered with masses of pure white snow-ball like flower clusters and its leaves turn purplish red before dropping in the fall.
How to Plant the Snowball Bush: Remove and discard grass and weeds from the planting site. Dig a hole that is shallow and broad - about three times the diameter of the root ball, but no deeper than the root ball. Delivered to your door, happiness guaranteed. If you aren't % percent satisfied, let us know and we'll fix it. Plant. Starters arrive ready to transplant. If you need coaching, we're here to help you grow successfully. Sell. With quality plants, access to years of growing knowledge, and your hard work, you'll have your best season yet.