Snow-Ball in Spring
The Mohican Viburnum, Viburnum lantana ‘Mohican’, is an incredibly tough shrub which may be evergreen in warmer climates.
The creamy white flat-topped flowers entirely envelop the plant in late April or May.
This viburnum has one of the most effective displays of bright, orange-red fruit in early July, lasting a month before maturing to black in fall.
It has dark, hairy leaves that create a dark background to showcase other plants. It displays a very compact globose form. It matures to 6′ high with an equal spread and it can be pruned to any size.
The foliage turns a purple bronze in autumn.
It thrives in full to part sun and regular watering.
The Mohican makes a nice specimen plant, container plant, screen, hedge or garden backdrop.
*White Flowers Mature to Black Berries
*Dark Green Foliage Turns Purple Bronze in Autumn
*Attracts Birds & Butterflies