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Viburnum tinus ' Laurustinus'

Botanical Name

Viburnum tinus




Mature Height

Mature Width

Common Names


Viburnum tinus is highly regarded for its year-round interest, including its attractive foliage, showy flowers, and decorative berries. features dark green, leathery leaves that provide a lush backdrop in the garden. In late winter to early spring, clusters of small, fragrant white flowers emerge, gradually changing to pink and then turning to deep purple-black berries in summer. The berries often persist into winter, adding additional visual appeal. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soil. A popular choice for hedges, screens, borders, and garden beds. Grows to approx 3m H x W.


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Pricing & Stock

16 in stock


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