Viburnum trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Mature Size: 5 high x 5′ wide
Shrub Form: Compact, rounded, dense
Foliage Color: Emerges burgundy, matures to green, turns orange-red in fall
Growth Rate: Moderate
Uses: Hedge/screen, mass planting, borders or specimen plant
Description: A beautiful deciduous shrub with maple shaped, dark green foliage, white lacecap flowers, brilliant red fruit, and outstanding fall color. Makes an excellent hedge or specimen plant that provides year round interest.
Ornamental Features: Showy white lacecap flowers emerge in late spring along golden branches with lobed dark green foliage that turn incredible shades of orange-red in the fall. Bright red berries are held in abundance from late summer to late winter; great for making preserves and attracting wildlife to your yard.
Landscape Attributes: Extremely hardy, multi-stemmed shrub with a dense, compact, rounded habit of growth. Low maintenance, deer and rabbit resistant, and drought tolerant once established.