Scientific Name: Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn'
Common Name: Bodnant viburnum
Family Name: Viburnaceae
Origin: Garden origin
Hardiness Zone: Zone 7: (-18 to -12 °C)
Plant Type: Shrub - deciduous
Mature Size: 3 - 5m x 2 - 3m (height x width)
Habit: Dense, Upright
Form: Vase
Texture: Medium
Landscape Uses: Cut flower or foliage, Fragrance, Hedge row, Mixed shrub border, Specimen plant, Winter interest
Exposure: Full sun
Soil or Media: Well-drained
Leaves: Simple, Opposite, Soft flexible, Heavily veined, Pinnate venation, Rugose, Elliptic, Obovate, Ovate, Serrate
Flowers: Cyme, White, Pink, Jan-Feb-Mar-Nov-Dec
Fruit: Drupe, Aborted (hybrids) or absent, Blue, Red, Black, Jul-Aug
Key ID Features:
Upright arching form; leaves opposite, ovate to obovate, most blades 10-13cm long x 3-4cm wide, prominent venation; petioles vibrant red, ~2cm long. Winter ID: flowers axillary and in terminal cyme inflorescence, red to white-pink, fragrant in winter.