DonnaMack wrote: The shrubs are too immature and die no matter what you do! I get small shrubs from other places and they do well. Bluestone's are so small they tell you to put them in pots. It doesn't work. You baby them. It doesn't work. Their perennials are fantastic
I go to Classic Viburnums. They are fantastic. I have ordered seven so far. Read the reviews, please, including mine. He is revered by the great Michael Dirr.
He will sell you a single viburnum if you like. Once I saw the sizes and the prices I was hooked. Gary Ladman is a specialist, as is his wife Sue. If you send him an email, he will guide you. But beware, there are a couple of hundred choices. And he will send them and THEN invoice you. Here are the first five viburnums I ordered and received last April. One is a five gallon. All five with shipping were $179. I later ordered two compact carlesi that are not even in commerce yet (he had hybridized them) for $29 each. I am the only person in the country who has them. Notice on the closeup of the two trilobums that they are budded out.