Viburnum Opulus - Guelder Rose
- Supplied 40-60cm tall, Bare Root
- Price Includes VAT
Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus) is a fast growing, vigorous shrub with large lace cap like white flowers, from late spring to early summer. When is a rose not a rose - when it is a Guelder Rose. It is one of the most attractive native species with creamy white flowers in June, small bright red bunches of red berries that provide food for wildlife well into the winter. Guelder Rose is most commonly seen in those damp, moist areas where other hedge plants cannot thrive. It can be added to other hedging schemes that need a good wildlife producing shrub. Other uses can see the Guelder Rose planted as a small garden tree, in the country and farmland areas. It is a versatile shrub that is underused.
Where to Plant
Viburnum opulus tolerate all soil types, but thrive in the boggy, water logged sites. Can be planted full sun to partial shade. Ultimate height and spread 500cm x 400cm.
**Scot Plants Direct can only supply bareroot plants when they are dormant during the winter months from November to April annually.