This is one of our favorite viburnums both for its edible fruit and its flower display. Fragrant 4-inch clusters of white flowers followed by red fruit that turn black when fully ripe. Tastes a lot like raisins. Not a lot of pulp but has a nice sweet blend of prune. Very productive in the fruit department. Drought tolerant. Height and spread to 8 ft. depending on the location.
|Genus & Species||Viburnum burjaecticum|
|Seed Source||Ecos, Michigan|
|Pollination Requirements||Self fertile as far as we know.|
|Soil||Adaptable to a wide variety of soils.|
|Climate||Zone 3-8. Does best in cold areas.|
|Ease of Cultivation||Easy to cultivate. Not high yielding but worth growing for the flavor as another raisin viburnum. Easy to fruit but no real massive use for it has been found.|