All That Glitters® viburnum is one hard-working shrub: this glossy-leafed native plant is perfect for an eye-catching specimen, a durable hedge, a handsome backdrop to a pollinator garden, and even screening off an unsightly view. And it does all that while looking great, with tight clusters of white flowers in spring that give way to appealing blue fruit in autumn if its companion, All That Glows® viburnum, is planted nearby. Its leaves serve as a food source for the larvae of hummingbird moths (aka clearwing moths) and spring azure butterflies, while its flowers attract red admiral and question mark butterflies.
Size: 4-5'/1.2-1.5m tall and wide
Light: full sun (6+ hrs/day), part sun (4-6 hrs/day)
Hardiness: USDA zone 4-8 (Find your hardiness zone)
Pollinator value: foliage hosts hummingbird moth and spring azure butterfly larvae; flowers attract red admiral and question mark butterflies. Fruit attracts songbirds.
Notable features: deer resistant, hedge plant, specimen, foliage interest, winter interest.
Pot size: one quart
Plant name: Viburnum dentatum var. deamii 'SMVDLS' pp#26,576, cbr#5410
Find more information in our viburnum growing guide.