Close-up of immature fruits in late June
This hedge is 3-4 years old from bare-root plants.
Virburnum in my back yard, the dogwood is the leafless bush behind.
Doublefile Viburnum growing in Montgomery County, PA
Double File Viburnum 9 ft tall. North Georgia grown in semi-shade. Blooms profusely in early spring.
just starting to turn red for fall
Beautiful fall color
Fruit on a Doublefile Viburnum in early August in Northern Virginia
Blooming late May, zone 5a, Olbrich Botanical Garden, Madison, Wisconsin
Doublefile viburnum showing some tenacity by fruiting well (during a wet year) in a rather constrained site, 26 June 2009, Louisville KY
Doublefile viburnum with exceptional fruiting display (during a wet year), 26 June 2009, Louisville KY
Doublefile viburnum fruiting display so valuable that it merits special protection, 26 June 2009, Louisville KY
Sofia, Bulgaria, 2300 feet AMSL. Zone 6b
Doublefile Vibernum in late December in the 'Zealong Tea' grounds in Hamilton, New Zealand
Detail of foliage and orange berry fruit
Closer detail of orange berry fruit