Viburnum tinus

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Viburnum tinus is a evergreen shrub which get covered by white little flowers during winter.
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Viburnum tinus, an evergreen shrub or small tree, belongs to the Adoxaceae family. Its dark green leaves resemble those of laurels. It typically grows in a rounded manner, showcasing its flowers towards late winter or during spring, with its fruit emerging thereafter.

For optimal growth, this shrub requires fertile and well-draining soil. Pruning post-flowering is advisable, allowing for shaping and cleanliness by removing broken or damaged branches and those that don’t contribute to its attractive appearance.

Viburnum tinus displays considerable hardiness, even tolerating calcareous soils. However, it's less tolerant to strong winds and very low temperatures, though it tends to recover well after frost. Nonetheless, it exhibits resistance to periods of drought and coastal environments.

Its history and origin intertwine with its adaptability and resilience. Carefully cultivated, this shrub can adapt to a wide range of climatic conditions, showcasing its ability to bounce back from adversities like frost or drought conditions.

These features make Viburnum tinus a versatile choice for landscaping, adding visual interest with its flowers and fruits throughout the seasons.

 
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Data sheet

Name
Viburnum Tinus
Origen
Iberian Peninsula
Height
2 m
Colour
White flowers
Flowering
Winter and spring
Location
Sun or shade
Irrigation
Moderated
Applications
Pots, groups or hedges
Others
Can resist frosts and dry periods
Note
Al tratarse de planta viva y dependiendo de la temporada, la planta puede ser recibida, en algunos casos, no exactamente igual que en la fotografía, aunque sí lo más parecida posible. Sin que ello repercuta en la calidad de la misma.

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