Viburnum Tandoori Orange® Description
Ultra-hardy, deer resistant shrub makes an easy screen or hedge plant that birds love! Terrific autumn color!
When it comes to shrubs, its hard to find ones that are so adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions including clay soil, black walnut trees and high winds while providing ornamental value throughout most of the year!
Viburnums are extra-rugged deciduous shrubs that flower heavily and fruit readily (with a pollinator plant - another viburnum dilatatum type). Growing 5-7 feet high and wide with upright, multi-stemmed form with some suckering flat white flowers clusters in late spring. In late summer, bright orange fruit clusters begin to appear and persist thru winter that are loved by birds and butterflies. Highly textured green leaves resemble a linden tree and give way to a vibrant orangee in the fall
Tandoori Orange makes a wonderful screen or hedge plant. Plant in groups of 3 or 5 if you need to shield a view from a neighbor or want a salt tolerant shrub near a road. As they get bigger - you can prune them up from the bottom and plant your favorite shade plants.
- Thrives in sun or shade
- Adaptable! Tolerates dry, moist or wet sites
- Grows 6-8 feet fall!. Space 5-6 feet apart
- Little or no maintenance needed
- Blooms on old wood - so if you elect to prune - this needs to be done after flowering
- Not bothered by insect or diseases
Design ideas for viburnum
- Use in groupings along foundations, in back of a border, along a property line. Create a wildlife retreat by adding butterfly bush
- Combine with: Ornamental grass such as miscanthus or calamagrostis or other shrubs such as roses or hydrangeas.
Special Features: Attracts butterflies, Cold hardy, Color change, Deer resistant, Disease resistant, Drought tolerant, Easy care, Fall color, Fast growing, Fall color, Foliage interest, Heat tolerant, Attracts hummingbirds, Moisture tolerant, Multi-seasonal interest, Pest resistant
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- Botanical name:
Viburnum dilatatum Tandoori Orange
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Sun, Part shade
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- Height x width:
6-8' x 6-8'
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Background, Border, Erosion control or embankment, Foundation planting, Hedge, Massing, Ornamental, Privacy, Slopes specimen,
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Soil: Not terribly fussy about soil type. Lightly acid, is preferred.
Light: Full sun to part shade (depending on species). Most do best with some shade from the hot afternoon sun.
Water: Average water needs. Provide regular watering for at least the first two summers to help them get established. Most do best with supplemental water during summer.
Spacing: Plant 6-8 feet apart
Fertilizing: Fertilize in spring with a balanced fertilizer. You can also mulch once per year with good compost if you are a bit lazy about fertilizing.
Winterizing: No special winter care is needed
Maintenance & pruning: Prune with a light hand on doublefile varieties, as they do not like pruning. Prune spring flowering shrubs right after bloom, and summer flowering in February or March. For best fruiting/berries, plant multiple varieties for cross pollination. Best pollinators for "Tandoori Orange" is "Cardinal Candy".
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