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Re: Plant identification

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

the third picture is leucothoe, with a bit of Viburnum davidii in ithe pic.

  • Posted: Sat. 26th August 2017 14:41

Re: Gaultheria mucronata 'Mulberry Wine'

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Gaultheria mucronata 'Mulberry Wine'

I thought they always sold them as a pair, viburnum davidii also needs a male to get the blue berries. I would take a chance get one that has berries, knowing you have a female.

  • Posted: Sat. 29th November 2014 17:41

Re: Help with planting ideas

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

Looks nice, if it is a slope, it would be nice to stick to plants that are moundy, like azaleas, viburnum davidii, cistus, woody potentillas heather,. You might want to incorporate some sand or gravel whilst you have it so bare, then you can add perennials to cover the different seasons.

  • Posted: Wed. 21st May 2014 12:46

Re: Viburnum Davidii - dropping leaves

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Viburnum davidii

All broad leaved evergreen drop their old leaves in spring, so it should not be of any concern as long as they are getting new leaves.

  • Posted: Wed. 30th May 2012 16:13

Viburnum Davidii - dropping leaves

Question from Lorraine Barron

In forum: Viburnum davidii

why does my Viburnum Davidii develop brown scorched looking leaves which then turn yellow and drop off. It is planted is full sun, is 3 feet high(kept trimmed) and is about 15 years old. New growth is healthy.

  • Posted: Wed. 30th May 2012 14:23

Which small hedge would you choose for this space

Question from Mrs Holst

In forum: New to gardening

Hi

Just returned from Wyevale who suggested 4 options for a hedge- Choisya White Dazzler, Hebe Sapphire, Escallonia Red, and Viburnum davidii.

Choisya and Hebe appeal the most. Our small front yard gets sun from 1pm. Which out of Choisya White Dazzler and Hebe Sapphire would you choose and why?

Images of small front yard attached to give you an idea of the space (or lack of).

Thanks for your help.

  • Posted: Fri. 28th May 2010 12:23

Small evergreen shrub

Message from David Sewell

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

Hi Georgie,
I'm probably going to disappoint you here! I've been pondering this all the way home and trying to think of something a bit 'out there' or unusual but my thoughts always come back to a small evergreen shrub that has probably gone into almost every one of my planting schemes and that's Viburnum davidii.
I love this plant because it's versatile - grows in many situations and when it's happy it looks absolutely fabulous. The white flowers are attractive but it's the foliage and the neat tight mound that it forms that really attract me and make it so easy to incorporate into a planting scheme.
I'd be interested in seeing other forum members answers to this one - it's always fascinating to see just what people love and why.
Great question!
All best,
David

David Sewell NCH, NDH
http://www.the-gardenmakers.co.uk
http://www.landscaper.org.uk

  • Posted: Wed. 8th April 2009 19:04

New gardener - Identify plant

Message from Marissa Zoppellini

In forum: General

Agreed, it's Viburnum davidii - those leaf veins are a giveaway!
Marissa

  • Posted: Tue. 22nd July 2008 16:48

Shrub?

Message from Cris

In forum: General

Hi again! If that is a shrub we are looking at I believe it is a Viburnum davidii.

  • Posted: Tue. 22nd July 2008 14:50