Viburnum rufidulum Rusty Blackhaw 3 gallon

$32.00
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Viburnum rufidulum (Rusty Blackhaw) 10-20 ft. in landscape; will grow taller as an understory plant; leaves turn a rich burgundy in the fall; rusty colored hairs that cover the buds add particular interest. (Zone 5-9)

SIZE:  3gallon as pictured

Reviews

  • 5
    Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

    Posted by Lisa Berry on 26th Apr 2019

    Very well packaged. Healthy, bushy, attractive shrubs. Came in long pots (with dirt) that needed a deep hole. No complaints from me!

  • 4
    Viburnum Rufidulum

    Posted by Chris Stover on 22nd May 2018

    Arrived in good condition with leaves that have stayed for several weeks now, although still much smaller than expected. I mail ordered little shrubs from 7 businesses this year and this order was one of the top two for packing. The V. Rufidulum came in an especially long, narrow pot: needs a deep hole, but seems to be effective.

  • 5
    rusty blackhaw viburnum

    Posted by ken burk on 12th Dec 2016

    I'm on a mission to have as many types of viburnum as I can find that will grow in my zone and in my particularly crappy soil. I came across the rusty Blackhawk viburnum while reviewing some literature on pollinators. I have plenty of area for understory shrubs so I looked for where I could buy one. I was excited to see that Mail Order Natives had some as I have had good success with the many plants that I have purchased there. I will often order only one of something just to see if it will survive, but the three gallon plant that I received looked so good, I'll probably go ahead and order a couple more. Ken Burk

  • 4
    Nice Plants, Misleading Description

    Posted by John Doudna on 31st Oct 2016

    I was glad that Mail Order Natives had the plants I wanted, but the description of the item and what I got were not what I expected. When the description said "3 gallon", I was expecting that the plants would be shipped in a 3-gallon size container full of dirt. What I got were plants that had essentially been uprooted from the pots, with the root ball placed in a plastic bag. I was disappointed that this was not more fully explained in the description.

  • 5
    Great plant

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Apr 2015

    Looks very nice with red branches and green leaves