Viburnum Features

Name Special Feature Zone Height (upto) Fall Color Fruit Color Additional Info
Autumn Jazz Fall color 4 12′ Purple, red, yellow Dark blue Chicagoland Grows Intro
Blue Blaze Tough ornamental 3 5′ Wine red Bright blue Adaptable
Blue Muffin Shade or sun 3 7′ Reddish purple Shiny blue handles most soils
Chicago Lustre Upright habit 5 10′ Red,yellow purple, Blue-black Glossy foliage
Fireworks Blooms fall color 3 7′ Ruby red Blue-black Glossy foliage
Raspberry Tart Dwarf, fall color 3 5′ Bright red Blue-black Lake County Nursery Intro
Oneida Blooms, fall color 5 10′ Yellow, orange-red Dark red Heavy May bloom
Emerald Triumph Dark glossy leaves 4 10′ Bronzy, deep red Red-black Insect/disease tolerance
Mohican Compact habit 3 7′ Purplish red Red-black Insect/disease tolerance
Roseum Large snowballs 3 12′ Red Fruitless Fruitless
Mariesii Lacy blooms 5 10′ Reddish purple Red-black Horizontal branching
Pink Beauty Pinkish blooms 5 8′ Reddish purple Bright red Winter chill for pink
Shasta Heavy bloom 6 6′ Reddish purple Scarlet red Horizontal branching
Shoshoni Layered branches 6 5′ Reddish purple Scarlet red Wider than tall
Triumph Snowballs blooms 4 6′ Purple Red-black Low maintenance
Alleghany Late spring bloom 4 12′ Holds green late Yellow, red Disease resistance
Onondaga Purple tinged leaf 4 8′ Yellow, red Red USDA introduction
cassinoides Fruit display 3 5-15′ Red, purple Pink, red, blue Native eastern U.S.
cylindricum Evergreen 5 45′ Burgundy Black Small tree
dentatum Fall color, wildlife 2 15′ Red Blue-black Native North America
opulus Fall color, fruit 4 10-15′ Red Scarlet Persistent fruit
prunifolium Edible fruit 3 15′ Red Blue-black Native, pest free
sargentii Large blooms, upright 3 15′ Yellow, red Scarlet Persistent fruit
trilobum Fall color, fruit 2 12′ Red Scarlet Native, fruit persists