27 May 2016 Snowball Bush


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http://durgan.org/2016/May%202016/27%20May%202016%20Snowball%20Bush%20(Viburnum%20opulus%20Roseum)/HTML/ 27 May 2016 Snowball Bush (Viburnum opulus Roseum)
27 May 2016 Snowball Bush (Viburnum opulus ‘Roseum’) is in full bloom.
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Lovely Durgan. I planted 2 of these a couple of years ago and they are about 2 metres high. I am really looking forward to them looking like yours.
 
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I had a snowball bush in the front yard and two years in a row it got devastated by the a beetle I removed it an put in a red double flowering Rose of Sharon..I notice a bit of damage from the beetle this year but not devastating. The Rose of Sharon is a mass of flowers in season and does not multiply like the single flower type.
http://www.hort.cornell.edu/vlb/manage.html Viburnum Leaf Beetle
 
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That is really pretty. I like the blooms on it. I must say, I don't think I have heard of a snowball bush and it does look really neat.
The only bush I have ever planted here was a rose bush. I have several holly bushes out in the front though. They tend to grow very large and tall, they need to be trimmed now actually. Some bushes can be so pretty.
 

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