All That Glows® viburnum is the perfect combination of hard-working landscape shrub and pollinator-attracting powerhouse. Whether you plant it as a hedge, specimen, or backdrop to a pollinator garden, you'll enjoy tight clusters of white flowers in spring that give way to appealing blue fruit in autumn if its companion, All That Glitters® 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: 4-6'/1.2-1.8m 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 'SMVBL' pp#25,897, cbr#5409
For more information, click on over to our viburnum growing guide.