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Viburnum x burkwoodii 'Mohawk'
Mohawk Viburnum

Mohawk Viburnum is a good hybrid that has five outstanding attributes: flowering, in which the red floral buds delay opening to white flowers for awhile, and thus extend the bloom period in early spring; floral fragrance, which is very intense; clean dark green summer foliage, which is resistant to leaf spot and is exceptionally glossy; fall color, which often has appealing hues of yellow, orange, red, and burgandy; and finally compactness, to about seven feet tall and wide if never pruned.


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