<i>Viburnum tinus</i>
<i>Viburnum tinus</i>
<i>Viburnum tinus</i>
<i>Viburnum tinus</i>

Viburnum tinus

laurustinus

Flattened heads of white flowers from December to April, followed by dark blue-black fruit. This lovely, long-flowering laurustinus is perfect for...

12 litre pot | 50 -80cm tall
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Capable of growing in deep shade against fences, this evergreen viburnum forms a mound of leaf topped by welcome clusters of dainty white flowers that open from pink buds - from midwinter onwards Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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