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Viburnum opulus

Suitable for any normal soil and position and the following 
Ultimate Height13ft (4m)Exposed/WindyYes
  Damp ShadeYes
Av. Growth/Year*1ft (30cm)Dry ShadeNo
Wet SitesYes
NativeYesCoastal AreasNo
EvergreenNoChalky SoilNo

Av. Growth/Year* = Average growth per year in first 10-20 years, click here for more details.

GUELDER ROSE (Viburnum opulus)
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Covered with berries in autumn.

Vigorous, bushy, native, deciduous shrub or small tree with flat heads of heavily scented white flowers May and June followed by masses of bunches of translucent bright red berries in autumn. The large dark green leaves turn brilliant red in autumn complementing the red berries. Any good moist soil but will thrive in wet or boggy situations.
HEDGE Can be grown as an informal hedge or added to a mixed native hedge. Trim to shape after flowering, taking care not to remove flowering/berrying stems. For hedges 5-10ft (1.5m-3m). Plant 2ft (60cm) apart.
SHRUB 13ft x 15ft (4m x 4.6m).

 Price per plant for

Calculate how many plants required for a length of hedge

 Sd 16-24ins
1.290.830.740.63 Available at last stock take
 Tr 2-3ft
1.791.291.181.02 Available at last stock take

Tr = Transplanted, click here for more details.
Sd = Bare rooted seedling.
Due to the recent weather conditions we only have limited amount of bare root stock left (marked as Br, Sd or Tr). As the growing conditions were very poor last summer some plants are undersized. We will you a confirmation email with details of any plants that are undersize.


Please enter length of hedge you require below. The number of plants and price for these will then be shown on the right hand side.

Length of Hedge

Planting Distance2ft/60cm
No Plants 
Sd  16-24ins
Tr   2-3ft

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